Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Bounce back without losing a beat with DRaaS.
Disruptions are inevitable. Losing time and money doesn’t have to be
Power outages. Cyber-attacks. Hiccups during routine maintenance and upgrades. Downtime will happen at some point. When it does, few things are more important than bringing everything back up to full functionality as quickly as possible.
- Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) of seconds
- Two-hour Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
- Granular protection and point-in-time recovery of files, applications and VMs
- 30-day journaling
- 99.99% SLA
- Tier-3 support for all fail-overs and fail-back procedures
- Robust reporting on protection state and resource consumption
Why Segra’s DRaaS
Time is money. Time spent struggling to get back online during downtime — planned or otherwise — can cost as much as $5,600 according to a Gartner study. That’s just the dollars-and-cents cost. When you include soft costs like lost productivity it isn’t hard to see why many businesses never recover after disaster strikes.
Segra Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) replicates critical information in real-time to keep you up and running. Cloud-powered for convenience and security, the system automatically deploys in a matter of seconds to minimize the effects of downtime, until full functionality is restored, saving you time and money.
End-to-End Security and Reliability
Storage agnostic and always-on, Segra Cloud replicates mission-critical data every 5-10 seconds, making it easy to pick up where you left off. No matter what.
Enterprise-Grade, Backed by Experts
Confidence in a crisis — when the worst happens, we’ve got you covered. Like all Segra services, DRaaS is supported by a team of experts with the skill and knowledge required to solve business continuity issues and maintain compliance.
Backup as a Service (BaaS)
It’s hard to put a price tag on your data. If something were to happen to your client data, trade secrets, or system files — a ransomware attack or data loss, for example — the costs could be devastating.
Around the corner or across the globe, work is not bound by location. With so much collaboration and communication happening beyond the office, more and more organizations are rethinking the approach of their IT environment. Where on-prem systems fall short, off-site data center services are showing why they can go the distance.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Work is not limited by four walls, so why is your infrastructure? In-office or on the road, taking care of business is more “anywhere, anytime” than “one place, one time.” In an increasingly digital-first world, the right infrastructure approach can make or break a competitive edge — that’s where the cloud comes in.