When it comes to business continuity, it's never been straightforward to strike the right balance between cost and risk exposure. Today, many organisations find it especially complex to maintain business continuity and disaster recovery plans across their physical and virtual infrastructures – and for their business-critical applications.
In some cases, businesses grow organically, then realise they need a significantly stronger continuity and recovery plan. Other times, a change in your business focus or client base can force a need for higher availability.
A virtualised data centre saves you the high cost of physical disaster recovery solutions.
You can automate and test your disaster recovery processes without disrupting your production environment, and recover operating systems, applications and data with RTOs and RPOs that are near-impossible in a physical data centre.
Your virtual data centre will deliver the highest availability for your business-critical applications, enabling you to keep disruption to an absolute minimum during planned and unplanned downtime.
We have an impressive track record of delivering successful business continuity solutions for some of the world's most demanding organisations and industry sectors. Leveraging our close relationships with leading infrastructure vendors, we'll help you plan, design and deliver your solution from beginning to end.
'If an outage happens, there's no need to actively start up our failover environment, as we would with a traditional dark site, [which] can take between two and six hours... Liberum Capital's new virtual failover server and storage platform can be up and running within 15 minutes.'
Chris Howlett, Head of Information Systems, Liberum Capital
Download the Liberum Capital case study to learn more about virtualisation solutions delivered by Richardson Eyres.
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