It's time to rethink how you protect your data.
Data is the lifeblood of a successful business. It enables companies to maintain business-as-usual and grow through data-backed strategies. The trouble is, with so much of modern business success riding on properly maintained and readily accessible business data, the consequences of data loss have never been more serious. That’s where data backup services come in.
RecoveryPath® is designed to prevent failures by giving your business the protection it needs to keep all of your data secure. Confidently access, review, and safeguard your data – and your customers’ data – from both accidental and malicious data loss events.
Backup as a Service
Plow Networks offers fast and reliable backup for virtual, physical, and cloud-based workloads that protects your business’s data while ensuring that it stays private.
Backup as a Service (BaaS) gets data backups off-site without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an off-site infrastructure. Stored backups can be easily managed from one console and automated according to individual RPO and RTO requirements.
Automatically test and verify every backup and every virtual machine (VM) for recoverability. With built-in WAN acceleration, get backups off-site up to 50x faster and save bandwidth.
Disaster Recovery as a Service
In this internet technology-driven world, anything is possible. Industrial espionage is no longer a term that is relegated to spy films and large corporations; the threat of it happening to you is very real.
Disaster recovery (DR) planning has a reputation for being difficult and time consuming. However, Disaster Recovery as a Service, or DRaaS, is turning the DR business on its head. The responsibility for all of the gritty details one used to have to juggle in order to ensure that every system, file, database record, and network element was duplicated at an alternate processing site can now be passed onto a trusted service provider.
Today, DRaaS makes setting up DR almost as easy as setting up a new smart phone — seriously. People who set up DR using DRaaS are amazed at how much knowledge they aren’t required to have.
Whether you are installing a primary backup solution or complementing an existing one with an additional target or repository, our backup solution provides a remote, secure, cloud-based storage destination for existing server infrastructures.
SEAMLESS: Use your cloud repository like a local backup utilizing any backup strategy you deploy. Simply open the backup console and make your cloud repository a target for any backup copy job. No additional download or licensing is required.
EFFICIENT: With available WAN Acceleration, it leverages forever-incremental backups, in cloud synthetic fulls and more to minimize data transfer while maximizing restore points. Get your backups off-site quickly and easily without adding bandwidth.
SECURE: Rest easy by encrypting your backup at source, inflight and at rest, without negatively impacting data transfer to the cloud. This ensures that your data is as safe and confidential as it would be in your own dedicated off-site repository.
Continuous Data Replication
The ability to recover to previous points in time is crucial in being able to recover from not only data center-wide issues, such as power loss or hardware failure, but logical failures, such as a database corruption, faulty upgrade, virus or user error. The biggest question any user should ask about point in time recovery is how is it achieved?
Continuous data replication allows organizations to replicate data as changes occur, delivering recovery intervals of mere seconds. Replication engines use journal based protection for point in time recovery. Journal based protection of VMs is scalable from 10s to hundreds or thousands of VMs.
Are you keeping track of abnormal and normal operating system, database, and enterprise server system shutdowns?
As the data center increasingly becomes the heart of the business, data center reliability needs increase. In a data center, having a reliable system design is the most critical variable.
Once a failure does occur, the most important consideration becomes getting the IT equipment and business processes up and running as fast as possible, thus keeping downtime to a minimum.