A robust disaster recovery plan is a business essential for operating in today’s always-on online world.
Backups are the cornerstones of disaster recovery and ensure the sustained viability of your business. Statistics show that many organisations with an inadequate backup and disaster recovery plan go out of business within a year after disaster strikes.
We all know that ensuring your services remain online is good for business. Customers cannot transact with you if your systems are offline and, in a world, where always-on availability is expected, organisations who suffer downtime damage the reputation of their brand.
Non-profits are discovering that the right technology and the right partner, can enable them to meet customer needs, and focus on what they do best – looking after people.
In today’s virtualised world organisations need a backup and recovery solution which can protect data stored on physical hardware, virtual machines or cloud computing platforms.
Data privacy and information security remain a top concern for organisations today and will remain so especially with Australia’s Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme set to take effect from 22nd February 2018.
The incredible demands on today’s networks – and the intensive workloads created require a dynamic network architecture. Consider the best network solution to deliver an unparalleled end-user experience Unified Communication as a Service (UCaaS) with SD-WAN.
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