Our flexible, dependable and complete recovery solutions minimize downtime in the event of a business disruption, saving you valuable time and money.
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We provide you with precontracted disaster recovery solutions to meet your business’s needs. You decide when to implement them — no matter the reason.

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We serve a wide variety of companies, including organizations in the financial, banking, healthcare and energy industries. Find out how we can tailor our solutions to help your business survive a disaster.
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We have more than 19 years of experience helping businesses like yours prepare for the unexpected. Learn more about the benefits of partnering with Rentsys Recovery Services.

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Rentsys to Exhibit at the GSI Business-to-Business Tradeshow
As a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solutions, Rentsys Recovery Services will be featuring the BlackVault Managed Recovery Platform at this year’s Greater Spokane Incorporated (GSI) Business-to-Business Tradeshow Thursday, October 29 in Spokane, WA.
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Rentsys Is Selected by CIO Review for 20 Most Promising Disaster Recovery Solution Providers 2015
CIO Review has chosen Rentsys Recovery Services for its 20 Most Promising Disaster Recovery Solution Providers of 2015. The positioning is based on Rentsys’ expertise in providing cloud-based and on-premise disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and business continuity planning services.
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Why High Availability Solutions Shouldn’t Replace Disaster Recovery Planning
These days the cloud is no longer a no-go for critical infrastructure. In a survey conducted by Infosys last year, 81 percent of respondents said they were already or were planning to...
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How Do I Get My Data Back If My Cloud Provider Goes Bankrupt?
It’s a business continuity and disaster recovery planner’s worst nightmare: You wake up to the news that your cloud provider — the one that houses your critical data — has gone under.
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