EVault Inc., announced this week that the company’s cloud DR service will offer a “guaranteed” cloud recovery option...
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that promises to restore customer data within four hours.
The company’s Cloud Disaster Recovery Service already offered service-level agreements with recovery times of 24 or 48 hours, depending on a customer’s level of service, so the new four-hour recovery time option is an add-on for the company’s existing DR offerings for midmarket businesses, said EVault.
EVault said its various service level agreement recovery options all include support from EVault employees who help customers prepare, test and operate a disaster recovery process. The company said it offers DR service plans to 35,000 midmarket organizations.
EVault quoted a free excerpt of a report on cloud-based DR services written by Forrester Research’s Rachel Dines and Lauren E. Nelson, which noted that “cloud-based DR is poised to shake up legacy approaches and offer frustrated infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals a great alternative.”