IT disaster specialist TECA Data Safe, has announced the launch of Rapid Rebound, an integrated disaster recovery solution in the cloud that restores IT systems faster after a disaster.
The cloud solution delivers the infrastructure required to run a business after the disaster. It also provides testing to verify that all critical information and applications have been backed up.
According to officials at TECA Data Safe, businesses often lack a realistic perspective on the time commitment required to recover IT systems in the wake of a disaster. Many organizations don’t test their recovery systems, so they won’t discover gaps in their backup processes until after a disaster and attempted recovery.
This is especially true in small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) as most of them don’t have proper disaster recovery strategy in place. The kind of solutions available to large organizations and Fortune 500 companies wasn’t available within their budgets. TECA Data Safe solution is designed with these SMBs in mind.
TECA addresses these challenges by providing the systems in the cloud and delivering the infrastructure to run a business after the disaster. The solution also provides testing to verify all critical information and applications have been backed up.
Rapid Rebound provides replicated backup to the cloud allowing businesses to quickly return to normalcy after a disaster. The solution also suits the budget of small to mid-sized businesses, according to company officials.
The solution is compatible with virtually any platform including Linux, Windows, IBM i Power Systems (including AS/400, iSeries, and System I,) Citrix Xen, Microsoft (News - Alert) Hyper-V, VMware and others.
The Rapid Rebound backup appliance is placed on-site at the business location, where it replicates the organization's applications and data to the Cloud in one of TECA's secure data centers.
“With Rapid Rebound, business owners and operators will gain confidence in the knowledge that their backups remain local, in addition to being securely replicated off-site,” said Tom Fischer, TECA CEO and president, in a statement. “In the event of a disaster, applications and data are recovered in the cloud and made available to the customer once again."
Edited by Stefania Viscusi