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Local backups are enough to recover IT systems from server failure and other common disasters. But a site-wide disaster will destroy those backups.
With StorageCraft DR Cloud you’ll have the tools you need to quickly get running again should your business experience a major local disaster. StorageCraft Cloud Services stores your backups remotely so you’re ready for the worst. Recover data, even virtualize your machines and re-create your network in our cloud purpose-built for disaster recovery (DR).
- Security and Availability: Know that your offsite data backup is safe and always available inside our distributed, scalable, fault-tolerant cloud built specifically for disaster recovery.
- Service Levels and Retention Tiers: Customize your cloud storage to fit your organization’s business continuity needs and budget, whether your IT environment is small and straightforward or large and complex.
- Advanced Network-Recovery Options: Hit the ground running after a disaster with advanced networking features (available with Cloud Premium) that enable you to run your network in our cloud just as you’d run it onsite.
- Policy-based Failover: Use Virtual Machine Policy (available with Cloud Premium) to configure and test machine boot order, timing, and dependencies, and be able to press just one button to start site-wide failover processes.
Use StorageCraft Cloud Services in these scenarios
- Storing important data offsite so it’s available via a shipped BMR drive regardless of what befalls the business
- Accessing files and folders fast from anywhere you have an Internet connection when a hurricane or other disaster shuts down offices (requires Cloud Plus)
- Virtualizing a failed server or network instantly after a server room flood or building fire (requires Cloud Premium)
- Restoring systems and data to replacement hardware onsite using a BMR drive shipped from the StorageCraft data center
- Having an offsite backup copy that can be easily used in a disaster and that requires low setup, management, and overhead costs
- Having the option of choosing a different level of cloud protection for each machine in order to stay within budget and business continuity constraints