Exponential data growth is causing businesses and companies to struggle year after year. The data storage requirements can be significant; while organizing and managing the backup process poses to create OR has the potential to be a complicated undertaking.

When backups and replicas are in use, many factors determine the decision of where to locate the backup system as well as the replica location. These systems may be arranged to provide geographic redundancy, data security, and portability in many different ways.

RTO, or Recovery Time Objective (RTO), is the target time a business sets for the recovery of its IT and business activities after a disaster has struck. RPO, or Recovery Point Objective (RPO), is focused on data and the company’s loss tolerance in relation to its data. Purpose, is the major difference between these two metrics. The RTO is normally large scale, and looks at the whole business and systems involved. RPO focuses just on data and the company’s overall resilience to the loss of it.

We design solutions to help meet the many challenges that exist regarding RTO and RPO.

  • How to meet or exceed business objectives for all applications and data
  • Leverage business investments in virtualization, storage and cloud technologies
  • Reduce capital and operational costs to enable additional IT and business initiatives

If your business or company is looking to improve its existing backup system, implement replication and DR solutions, or design based on your RTO and RPO, contact us today to see how our on premise and cloud business continuity solutions shown below can help.

  • Arcserve
  • Veeam
  • Zerto
  • EVault
  • ExaGrid
  • Unitrends