A disaster recovery service can save your business thousands of dollars in the event something terrible occurs.
Submit your own estimated numbers using the calculator here to see just how damaging that cost can be.
Then call our consultants on 133 244 247 to discuss the opportunity to save and protect your business continuity, reputation and bottom-line from harm with a DRaaS of your own.
In fact, a recent study showed that an incredible 95% of businesses have already experienced a form of outage for reasons including hardware failure, power loss or interruption, software issues, and even accidental deletion of data. And that's just the start. Nearly half of those businesses then took over a day to recover. That spells real disaster.
Don't let this be your business. Time to take a fresh look at your Disaster Recovery situation with BigAir Disaster Recovery as a Service.
Backed by the highly reliable BigAir Australian-based Network Operations Centre, BigAir DRaaS includes a wide range of advanced features as standard, and is always ready to jump into action should disaster strike and you need retrieval pronto.
Everything is managed for you with one fixed monthly fee, setup is fast and simple, and our network comprises the type of enterprise security levels that protect your business in more ways than one.
DRaaS is the replication and hosting of physical and virtual servers to an off-site appliance or more typically the cloud. It can retrieve data and computing environments without having to restore first so the business avoids any real downtime in the case of data or hardware loss.
As a cloud-based service, DRaaS is more affordable, scalable, and more efficient to implement than traditional DR for businesses of all shapes and sizes,. It's also a great way to reduce capital costs, management costs, while achieving business continuity goals quickly and more reliably than owning and managing a secondary data centre yourself.
Moving disaster recovery to a service line out of the cloud results in significant cost and resource savings when compared to creating and managing a replication site internally. It also eliminates the need for upfront capital investment.
BigAir deploys the system quickly plus there's no need for any changes to our customers' environment. Our service can also scale as your needs do for an on-demand solution with pay as you grow pricing. Now you can allocate your internal IT resources to more strategic projects too.
As a network provider, BigAir has the technology to handle customer data with care. Our Disaster Recovery as a Service is no different. It starts with end-to-end encryption where data is encrypted at the source and then encrypted again in the cloud.
BigAir also tests regularly and without any disruption to your production systems, and we deliver fast recovery and real time replication allowing your business to failover to BigAir’s DRaaS within minutes for minimal disruption or user interaction.
Choose the service level that best suits your business.
|Business Continuity||A single site configuation only.||A duplicate system configuration is stored at a second data centreand activated upon a failure at the primary data centre.||Delivered by an Active-Active data centre topology providing maximum service availability.|
|RPO (Recovery Point Objective||24 hours||4 hours||15 minutes|
|RTO (Recovery Time Objective)||48 hours||4 hours||1 hour|
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We test, audit and report regularly without any disruption to your production environment so you can be sure of recovery as promised in the even a disaster occurs.
BigAir is a company of Superloop, the dark fibre company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange providing a diverse range of services from student wireless to data centre integration and pan-Asian interconnnection services.
Our Network Operations Centre is Australian-based and available to assist you whenever you have any questons that needs answers.
Our team has over 15 years experience managing the critical networks and infrastructure for a wide range of small to large businesses across Australia.
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