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Business Continuity

The move to business technology makes business service availability more critical than ever. You cannot afford the impact that site outages, disasters or even operational disruption might have. Your BC&A strategy must address your business and operational risks. This is done through an integrated approach to business continuity, operational availability, disaster tolerance & recovery and data protection. Choose solutions that target:

  • Business continuity planning

Minimise unplanned downtime and speed recovery in the event of a major disruption

  • Availability management

Avoid technology and process issues that cause downtime; continually improve your IT service levels

  • Disaster tolerant & continuous computing

Protect operations through clustering, virtualisation, replication and enhanced failover Data protection & recovery Secure information and quickly recover lost or corrupted data in the event of an outage.

  • Why BTSERVER for these Solutions?

Our vast experience in successfully handling thousands of business interruptions and disasters for customers. We offer Server and storage with the highest levels of reliability and availability Pioneer in disaster tolerant computing, including clustering and data mirroring technologies.

  • Choose the level of protection your data demands

The level of data protection you require can vary, depending on your company’s size and industry. That’s why BTSERVER offers the right combination of storage products, technologies and services. In this way, we can support the level of data protection and recovery your business demands through these three steps:

  • Data Protection & Recovery

Take the first step in building a solid business continuity and availability storage strategy through traditional backup, two-stage backup and two-stage backup with virtual tape.

  • Disaster Recovery

Move on to the second step as you allow for rapid recovery of business operations and maintained high availability through local replication and remote replication.

  • Disaster Tolerance

Does your business require global high availability—with zero impact from any disruptive incident? Take this third step through full-site remote replication with or without automatic failover for server and storage clustering.