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Why business continuity is a business necessity
Disaster. Every company fears it. Disasters come in many different sizes: a security breach, a power outage, or even a major natural disaster like a flood or earthquake. No matter the disaster scenario, one thing is certain: every company will face one at some point, often more than once a year. A number of things stop companies from implementing a DR solution. But, these concerns can now be addressed disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solutions designed for the public cloud.
The Time Is Now To Put Business Continuity In The Public Cloud
Traditional disaster recovery and business continuity (DR/BC) is not cutting it anymore. Fortunately, new disaster recovery as-a-service (DRaaS) solutions that use the public cloud as the mirror site for business continuity are dramatically more cost-effective and reliable. With these new solutions, IT does not need to live in fear of inevitable network failures, security breaches, software errors or natural disasters. Read on to learn why cloud-based business continuity should be on your short list of IT priorities.
6 Reasons Why Business Resiliency Is Within Reach
Disaster recovery and business continuity solutions have been extremely expensive to deploy, too complex to maintain and impossible to test for most IT organizations. All of this is changing. Newer Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solutions provide features and cost models that can fit the needs of almost any IT department. Check out the slideshow to learn how IT can finally gain the business resiliency needed when the inevitable outage strikes.
Interview with Lynn LeBlanc, CEO of HotLink
The new HotLink Managed DRaaS utilizes Amazon Web Services to provide holistic VMware data protection and business resiliency at unprecedented prices. It is a fully managed service that provides the systematic monitoring, testing, reporting and escalation support required for successful and predictable DR/BC. Learn more from the CEO of HotLink.
VMblog Interview: Lynn LeBlanc Talks about DR/BC and HotLink's New Managed DRaaS Solution
Readers have become quite familiar with HotLink -- a company intent on simplifying hybrid IT management, and a company that always seems to be a contender for some type of "Best of VMworld" award. Recently, the company found itself back in the news with the launch of a new product, a Managed DRaaS (disaster recovery-as-a-service) offering that utilizes Amazon Web Services to provide holistic VMware data protection and cost-effective business resiliency.
HotLink Offers DRaaS to Reduce Your DR Blood Pressure
HotLink for some time now has allowed the backup and recovery of vSphere workloads in AWS using their vCenter plugin to manage both local and DR workloads. Once of the hardest things about disaster recovery is staying on top of the management and testing of the DR policies and SLAs. The new Hotlink Managed DRaaS takes the pain out of this by providing not only the software, but also their expertise to help with monitoring, testing, reporting, and escalation support of the entire DR strategy.
New products of the week 2.1.2016
HotLink Managed DRaaS utilizing AWS provides holistic VMware data protection and cost-effective business resiliency, offering both HotLink disaster recovery and business continuity technology with fully-managed services at unprecedented prices.
HotLink DRaaS solution provides cloud-based DR/BC technology for turnkey business resiliency
HotLink announced this week its new HotLink Managed DRaaS (disaster recovery as a service) utilizing Amazon Web Services to provide holistic, cost-effective VMware data protection. The new offering combines HotLink disaster recovery and business continuity technology with fully-managed services to deliver affordable, turnkey business resiliency.
HotLink DR Express expands with DRaaS managed services
HotLink introduces Managed DRaaS that gives SMBs backup and disaster recovery expertise and resources. The product is fully integrated with VMware vCenter. HotLink is adding managed services for hybrid clouds that integrate with VMware and use Amazon Web Services. The goal is to provide the expertise most businesses lack when they implement a cloud-based disaster recovery service.
HotLink bids to lower the cost of disaster recovery
HotLink Corp today is announcing a new disaster-recovery-as-a-service offering that uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide data protection and business resiliency at a price point it thinks midsize businesses will like. The new offering combines the company's disaster recovery and business continuity software with managed services and cloud delivery on a turnkey basis.