Scarlett DRaaS Difference:
We partner with the leading providers to ensure a successful recovery from any service interruption. This is accomplished by extensive ongoing support and monitoring. When you choose DRaaS from Scarlett, it's not a "one size fits all" solution. We become partners with you, not just another vendor.
Gartner says that 43 percent of companies were immediately put out of business by a “major loss” of computer records, and another 51 percent permanently closed their doors within two years - leaving a mere six percent “survival” rate.
Scarlett offers an array of scalable hybrid-cloud and cloud-based backup and recovery solutions. These Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions eliminate legacy tape-based and file/folder restores as the primary method of application recovery and result in improved RPOs and RTOs.
Scarlett’s vendor-agnostic approach to crafting the best DRaaS solution for each client can be applied to any size requirement, from megabytes to petabytes. We support hybrid solutions involving a combination of client-owned resources and our own, as well as 100 percent Recovery Point-provided solutions.
Scarlett combines industry-leading technologies with a powerful network and secure hosting infrastructure to make DRaaS programs affordable for a wide range of clients. We are flexible and work with clients large and small to reduce downtime from days to minutes, and to complete the fastest possible recovery of critical applications.
Some features of DRaaS:
Rapid and immediate recovery – your company can never be sure when a disaster might occur. If one does happen, how much downtime is acceptable? Each second the power is out or your servers fail means huge losses for your organization. With a DRaaS solution in place, you do not have to worry about this: if a disaster strikes, you will be able to restore normal operations within minutes.
Flexibility – Compared to more traditional methods of backup, DRaaS is much more flexible. The various DRaaS services offer clients more options in how to handle different business systems. Any enterprise using a DRaaS solution can select from a variety of recovery scopes, depending on the type of the disaster. These can include server failure, human-caused disasters, loss of power or building access, data hampering, and much more.
Professionalism – A team of professionals will handle your account in case a disaster strikes. They will make sure your data is up and running in a short period of time, as specified in the service level agreement (SLA).