Cloud Backup & Azure Site Recovery
A more effective and affordable
approach to backup and
When it comes to safeguarding your business, two things aren’t optional: backups and a disaster recovery plan. However, many businesses don’t see the need for these protective measures, only to realize their mistake after it’s too late.
What those businesses don’t realize is there’s a more efficient and cost-effective way to keep your workloads operational. With Microsoft Azure, you get affordable, all-inclusive backup and disaster recovery solutions that ensure your business never suffers from an outage.
How Does Azure Keep Your Business Running?
Fast Failover & Return
Whether an outage is planned, you can quickly failover and failback to your primary location from a single spot in your Azure portal.
Azure executes app-consistent backups, which means recovery points always have all the data they need to rapidly restore backup copies.
Without adding more infrastructure, you get instant access to monitoring and alerting capabilities within a Recovery Services vault.
Redundant Cloud Storage
Zone- and geo-redundant Azure storage options ensure your data stays available and you experience minimum to zero downtime.
Flexibility & Reliability
When disaster strikes, you don’t want to be relying on traditional tape backup methods, which involve tedious, time-consuming manual processes. Cloud backup solutions automatically replicate your data to multiple servers on a continuous basis or a custom schedule. In other words, you can get back to work knowing your data is always available.
Level Up Your Security
How do you prevent the need for disaster recovery? By stopping disasters before they happen. Azure’s multiple layers of protection are ideal for any business with highly-sensitive data. When you partner with us, you get a world-leading Managed Security Service provider on your side.
Lower Disaster Recovery Costs
Restoring data is stressful enough. You don’t need to be paying unnecessary costs, too. Take advantage of flexible payment models, which keep spending in line with the scope and scale of your recovery needs. Plus, there’s no need to invest in additional infrastructure when you make the switch.