Disaster Recovery as a Service

Historically, disaster recovery preparedness required substantial time and financial investment. For many IT professionals, disaster recovery (DR) was out of reach; for others, it was a burdensome task that often seemed like an expensive insurance policy.

Today, cloud-based DR is poised to challenge legacy approaches and offer IT professionals a more flexible, cost-effective alternative. Instead of having enterprises buy resources in case of a disaster, cloud computing and its pay-per-use pricing model allows them to pay for long-term data storage while paying for servers only if they have a need to spin them up for testing or in the event of a disaster. 

This provides a significant cost reduction and removes several barriers to entry for many firms looking for faster recovery than what they can receive from tape. 

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The business benefits:

  • Cost effective way to secure data
  • „Ability to shift disaster recovery costs from a capital expense to an operational expense model
  • „Flexibility to expand or reduce service levels as business needs change
  • „Ability to extend IT teams by providing 24x7 access to manpower and skill sets

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Northshore University HealthSystem

We used Logicalis to help us make sure the plans we had for running the DR process were technically feasible.
Tom Smith, Northshore University HealthSystem
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IFS

Logicalis provides a cloud-based infrastructure management solution we can offer to our customers that is competitive in the marketplace.
Rick Veague, IFS North America
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Logicalis - DRaaS

DRaaS solutions make it possible to maintain an exact virtual replica of your entire data center running in a secure cloud environment.
Terry Strohecker, Vice President of IT, Logicalis
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