BlackVault Managed Recovery Platform
Research by IDG Research Services shows that most organizations aren’t pouring money into legacy systems anymore. Instead, they’re investing in technology such as disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) that can help their businesses improve the customer experience, reduce CAPEX, increase operational efficiency and scalability, fulfill compliance requirements, mitigate risk and lower recovery time objectives (RTOs).
The Problem With the DRaaS Market
Unfortunately, many products on the market today are not true DRaaS solutions. Many of these services are glorified data hosting products, offering limited at best support services.
Why is this problematic? Imagine a scenario where your network is taken hostage by ransomware. Because one of your employees downloaded the ransomware and the DRaaS provider’s infrastructure isn’t to blame, the vendor won’t assist you in recovering your data, citing a cleverly worded service level agreement (SLA).
To make matters worse, various business agreements, regulations and regulatory bodies — including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) — often hold you responsible for vetting the vendors you work with and for ensuring data is recovered within appropriate RTOs. This means you could face costly fines and reputation-damaging sanctions if your DRaaS solution fails to deliver.
Doing DRaaS the Right Way
DRaaS doesn’t have to be a disaster. The key is to look for an established provider that’s familiar with compliance requirements and is able to provide guaranteed RTOs.
We are one of those providers. Our BlackVault Managed Recovery Platform is a fully managed DRaaS platform utilizing a hybrid cloud infrastructure. Before any problems arise, our engineers provide the support you need, either remotely or on-site. Your IT environment will be recoverable within your RTOs, which are backed by our stringent SLAs.
The solution consists of core service components that can run via our private secure cloud, BlackCloud®, multiple public cloud environments or a local BlackVault data storage appliance:
All our facilities, including corporate offices and data centers, undergo annual audits. We’re validated by third-party auditors and adhere to AT 101, SOC 2 Type II, FFIEC, FDIC, NCUA, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, HITECH Act and HIPAA requirements.
Contact us today to learn more.