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Disaster recovery (DR) has never been more important. In today’s digital world, data is king, and uptime and customer experience are critical ingredients to achieving business success. Now with the increasing threat of ransomware and security breaches, the stakes have never been higher—placing extra pressure on the business and IT to avoid business disruption and data loss through a reliable, secure DR solution.
We can help. At Xigent, we know that business disruptions happen, but how your organization plans to recover critical data is what’s truly important. So while disasters may threaten your business, our focus is on recovering your critical applications and systems; that’s why we call our DR as a Service (DRaaS) offering: Recovery as a Service (RaaS).
Our fully-managed RaaS offering provides a flexible and reliable cloud-based solution tailored to meet your business’ requirements for recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO)—so you can get back up and running in a matter of minutes.
RaaS, our best-in-class DR offering, is:
RaaS includes fully managed onboarding, configuration and administration to help instill confidence and alleviate operational burdens from your team
Business-defined RPO and RTO ensure you get the right level of coverage for your business needs and budget
Our mature, end-to-end service delivery process follows—and exceeds—industry best practices, providing you with the best information and runbook documentation
With RaaS, you can enjoy straightforward and flexible pricing at a known monthly cost; and say goodbye to high up-front costs and duplicative or hidden fees
From ransomware attacks, to power outages or hardware failure, you can count on your cloud-based RaaS solution and trained 24x7x365 team to be there for you in your time of need
We perform expert-guided, no-impact tests twice a year to ensure your solution runs smoothly when a real-life disaster strikes