With IT budgets shrinking and Recovery Time Objectives shortening, businesses are being forced to think of ways to recover critical information quickly and affordably, in the wake of a disastrous event. According to a recent article on EnterpriseStorageForum.com, online backup in the cloud supports cost-effective business continuity and disaster recovery efforts. Keeping data in another physical location is a practical way to keep it secured, and cloud hosting ensures rapid restoration in an economical way. Here’s how Server Intellect’s redundant and scalable server management services support the article’s claim:
- Scalability. This refers to the flexibility that exists within the cloud to increase or decrease capacity quickly and effectively. When companies only pay for what they use, they will never waste money on extra database storage. The ability to scale the package to meet their individual needs is one of the things that attract our customers to our cloud hosting solutions.
- Redundancy. Our cloud hosting services are inherently redundant, which means clients’ files won’t be lost in the event of a hardware failure. We recognize the importance of protecting critical information for disaster recovery purposes, so customer data is stored with up-to-date firewalls and virus protection in place.
- Availability. In the wake of a disaster, it is just as important to be able to access information, as it is to protect it. When it comes to business continuity, the goal is to have as little interruption as possible; therefore, cloud hosting solutions must be able to meet Recovery Time Objectives. Server Intellect’s ability to deliver critical data quickly and effectively minimizes losses – a key objective of disaster recovery plans.