“RestorePoint has been the anchor of our DR Plan for several years. The engineering staff is extremely knowledgeable, responsive, and dedicated to supporting their products. Having our data encrypted and secured with RestorePoint’s physical and logical N+1 architecture keeps our company in compliance with the strict regulations we must meet. We are always notified of potential issues or inconsistencies with our data, routine maintenance, cost savings, and new product features that are being developed. At the end of the day, it is very clear why we partnered with RestorePoint to provide the most imperative tier of our DR Plan.”
— Deon Johnson, IT Manager, SourceOne Direct
For Achieving Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery readiness starts with a plan. It defines a process to prepare people and technology. For businesses, DR planning has become critical, while at the same time complicated and expensive. In part that is because enterprises depend upon complex and disparate systems to keep the business operating. Resources must be designated and time enabled to understand what must be done, who will do it, when, and how often.
RestorePoint’s Disaster Recovery (DRaaS) solution begins with defining Recovery Time Objectives (RTO’s – how fast) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPO’s – how far back) for each application. Once defined, the necessary Software and Hardware infrastructure (dedicated or shared) is deployed to the appropriate geographic locations to meet these objectives. The idea of successful Disaster Recovery is quite simple: all vital operations, always up, always available at committed levels of service regardless of any disruption.
Ultimate flexibility – Ensures seamless deployment and affordability using an existing client data center, RestorePoint’s SSAE-16 certified data centers, or other cloud service providers.
Hardware/platform agnostic – Maximizes existing investments.
Aggressive RPOs and RTOs – Delivered at a lower cost and the ability to test and prove your disaster recovery plan effectiveness as often as you need, without disrupting production systems.