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Stave off disaster with a reliable IT Disaster Recovery solution.

Your Australian business relies on seamless delivery and mission-critical systems availability. A reliable IT Disaster Recovery plan can quickly get your workforce and systems back to total operational capacity when disaster strikes.

Minimise disruption and protect your business continuity with our Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). We provide rapid failover by replicating your critical systems and applications or your entire data centre, so you’re back up and running fast.

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Stay a step ahead with an IT Disaster Recovery plan.

Relax knowing your business is in safe hands. Our team of Australian experts work with you to design and manage a solution that fits your requirements to ensure you get optimal value and greater peace of mind. We’ve partnered with industry-leading vendors to deliver exceptional Disaster Recovery customised to your exact business requirements. You get a fully integrated, fast and secure Cloud-based IT Disaster Recovery service using Veeam Cloud Connect VM replication to get access to your crucial systems and data when you need it.

All systems go. A disaster recovery service to ease your mind.

The ultimate protection.

Get a Cloud host for DR with CPU, RAM, storage and networking resource allocation from an industry-leading DRaaS provider.

Recover fast.

Full-site failover to a remote DR site from anywhere in just a few clicks. Our secure web portal and partial-site failover instantly switch over to selected VM replicas for full and partial failback when you need it most.

Preserving communications.

Simplify networking complexity and preserve communication with built-in network extension appliances to and between running VMs, regardless of physical location.

Minimal disruption.

Run production seamlessly with 1-click failover orchestration, quick execution, and site failover testing for failover simulation. Rest assured, we’ll get your operational systems back—quick smart.

Your data is safe and secure.

Single-port connectivity via a secure, reliable TLS or SSL connection to a service provider with traffic encryption.

Streamlined traffic.

Leverage multiple traffic-reduction technologies, including built-in WAN acceleration and replica seeding.

Our reliable Disaster Recovery solution means your data is always safe, secure and ready to get your workforce and systems back up to speed if disaster strikes.

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Delivered by experts. Trusted by industry leaders.

Peace of mind.

We’ve got your back. Our proven track record of 95% customer satisfaction shows we are reliable, secure and have the experience you need to get back to your core business after a disaster.

Secure encryption.

Our encryption processes keep your data and systems safe at every stage.

Enterprise grade.

We continually maintain enterprise-grade Cloud and remote virtual machine replication facilities. We strive to constantly improve and simplify your end of the data cable while dealing with all complexities at our end.

What is the process of disaster recovery?

IT Disaster Recovery is the process of returning an IT system to its normal state after a disruptive event. The first step is to assess the damage and identify which systems and data have been affected. Next, you need to create a plan for how you will rebuild or replace the damaged systems. This may involve restoring from backups, setting up new hardware, or reprogramming software. Once the new systems are in place, you will need to test them to make sure they are working properly. Finally, you will need to update your documentation so that you are prepared for future disasters. IT disaster recovery can be a complex and time-consuming process, but it is essential for ensuring that your business can continue to operate in the event of a major interruption.

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What does a fast recovery look like if disaster strikes?

IT disasters come in all shapes and sizes, from server outages to ransomware attacks. No matter the cause, IT disasters can have a major impact on businesses in Australia, causing downtime, data loss, and financial losses. A fast recovery is essential for minimising the damage and getting back to business as quickly as possible.

There are a few key components to a fast IT disaster recovery. First, you need to have a plan in place so that you know exactly what needs to be done in the event of a disaster. This plan should be well-tested and regularly updated so that it can be executed quickly and smoothly when needed. Second, you need to have reliable a reliable backup disaster recovery for your data so that you can restore your systems quickly. This data should be stored offsite so that it is protected in the event of a physical disaster. Finally, you need to have a team of IT professionals who are experienced in disaster recovery and can work quickly to resolve any issues.

With these components in place, you can be confident that you will be able to quickly recover from an IT disaster.

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“In partnership with Veeam, Disaster Recovery delivers advanced, imaged-based replication and streamlined disaster recovery–ensuring the availability of your mission-critical applications and low RTOs for all applications.” Adrian Capolino, Head of Pre-Sales and Architecture, Canon Business Services ANZ

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We believe no business succeeds alone–and that every organisation should focus on its core business and outsource the rest.

That’s why we take the time to really understand your business goals and find the right-fit solution to keep you agile, resilient and thriving. Then we put the industry’s best to work on the challenges you want to solve.

Stay one step ahead with the right technology, process, automation and talent to keep you moving forward at all times.

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Frequently asked questions

How much does disaster recovery cost?

IT disaster recovery the cost will vary depending on the size and scope of the disaster. For example, a small business may be able to recover from a data loss relatively quickly and inexpensively, while a large corporation may need to invest in more comprehensive and expensive recovery solutions. The cost of IT disaster recovery also depends on the type of disasters that are most common in a particular area. While the cost of IT disaster recovery can be significant, the consequences of not being prepared can be even more costly. Businesses that do not have a plan in place to recover from a disaster often struggle to survive in the aftermath. As a result, IT disaster recovery should be viewed as an essential business expense.

What should a data recovery plan include?

IT disaster recovery plans typically include four key components: backup and replication, failover and failback, testing and training, and plan documentation. Backup and replication are used to create an up-to-date copy of critical IT systems and data. This backup can be used to quickly restore systems in the event of a failure. Failover and failback refer to the process of switching to a backup system in the event of an outage, and then switching back to the primary system once it has been restored. Testing and training are essential for ensuring that IT disaster recovery plans are effective. Plan documentation is also important, as it can be used to help identify potential improvements to the plan.

Who should be involved in IT disaster recovery planning?

Because IT disaster recovery planning can have a significant impact on an organisation's bottom line, it is important that the right people be involved in the planning process. IT staff should obviously be involved, as they are the ones who will be responsible for implementing the disaster recovery plan. However, other key stakeholders such as senior management, business continuity planners, and IT vendors should also be included in the planning process. By involving all of the key stakeholders in IT disaster recovery planning, organisations can develop comprehensive plans that will help them minimise the impact of major IT disruptions.

What is an IT disaster recovery plan?

An IT disaster recovery plan is first a documented plan of implementation. This is well-thought-out with considerations for all of the possible areas of the business that might be impacted in every scenario. The purpose of a disaster recovery plan is to give the organisation and employees step-by-step best practices to mitigate damages, before, during, and after the event.

What is included in an IT disaster recovery plan?

An IT disaster recovery plan encompasses various elements to ensure effective recovery strategies in times of disaster, aligning with business continuity and minimising disruptions. This comprehensive plan addresses disaster recovery methods, strategies, and procedures, tailored to various scenarios, including natural disasters. It outlines recovery time objectives (RTOs) and recovery point objectives (RPOs), optimising disaster recovery processes for data and computer processing. Hybrid cloud solutions play a key role in the plan, ensuring cloud infrastructure readiness. The plan is designed to safeguard against disruptions caused when disaster strikes, leveraging a skilled disaster recovery team to execute efficient and effective recovery procedures.

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