Do you have a recovery plan in place in case of a disaster? If not, are you prepared to deal with IT downtime and data loss? According to the US Small Business Department, 56% of North American enterprises don’t have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place – and 25% of businesses do not re-open after a major disaster.
Make sure this doesn’t happen to you. To ensure that you are prepared in the event of a disaster, you’ll need a partner who can provide you with a disaster recovery plan, backup and restoration – assuring business continuity for you.
We outperform the competition. UnitedLayer has Tier 3 Data Centers with the highest levels of infrastructure redundancy, security, and operational reliability, guaranteeing industry-leading uptime and extreme connectivity. Additionally, our expert staff provides around-the-clock support.
Your data is safe with us. Our data centers employ a five-point security system, including biometric access so you can be assured the only people touching your equipment have been fully vetted and authorized. Our San Francisco facility is built on bedrock and holds emergency fuel contracts to guarantee your data’s protection in the case of a natural disaster.
We have you covered. We provide complete end-to-end service where we work with you to conduct a thorough discovery process to analyze your requirements and create a customer disaster recovery plan. Our Data Replication and SAN Replication Services guarantee continuous data backup protection and near zero restore time. Our team of experts can be integrated into your IT department during critical events.
Learn more about why businesses are choosing UnitedLayer for their disaster recovery solutions; Rakesh Agrawal, EVP of Blackstone Technology Group. Blackstone is a global IT and business consulting firm providing cloud services and cloud hosted software for the oil and gas industry. Blackstone selected UnitedLayer as its DR provider because of UL’s agility, responsiveness and enterprise-class, highly secured solutions.
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