Ensure Business Continuity
With a modern disaster recovery approach
What's the best approach in a diverse data environment?
Data is the lifeblood of your organization. Business continuity means data will flow regardless of a disruptive event, unplanned outage or simply dramatic data growth. As a CIO, you’re facing increasingly complex data environments, with remote sites, multi-cloud infrastructures and employees’ BYOD desires, making data protection and disaster recovery far more challenging. Add to this your responsibility for business continuity and it’s evident that investigating a modern disaster recovery approach is not just a thought experiment.
Let’s, if you will, take a virtual coffee break, and think together about what constitutes a thorough disaster recovery approach that will ensure business continuity in the event of a system failure, human error, natural disaster, ransomware or other malicious attack. One of the first items to map out is where your data resides. Like most enterprises, your data is stored in a number of places, including off-site tapes, on-premise storage, virtualized environments, and private, public or even hybrid cloud environments. This necessitates a recovery solution that will seamlessly connect multiple data siloes to provide employees with a smooth recovery transition so your enterprise can continue to function.
Modern disaster recovery
In developing a modern disaster recovery approach, ever-shrinking recovery time objectives (RTO) for business critical applications like email and CRM, necessitate faster backups than what’s possible with traditional methods. Before you can even get to discussions on insourcing, outsourcing, cloud and cross site recovery strategies, you need a disaster recovery solution which can meet the recovery time and point objectives of your business.
Being in charge of the operational budget, you’ll be thinking of cost control, balancing the need for a quick recovery and efficiency against a realistic spend for the size and complexity of your organization. Whether you’re a one or two-site firm, or a multi-national enterprise, with dozens of remote locations, it is possible to develop and execute a disaster recovery plan that will match your budget constraints. Advanced technology in recovery solutions makes this possible today.
Business continuity that works
Clearly, putting a modern disaster recovery approach in place, which addresses diverse data siloes, multiple sites and varying application priorities, can be quite daunting. That’s where we can help. Commvault is the only solution that can protect your data no matter where it lives, greatly simplifying what otherwise would be a budget and logistical nightmare in terms of providing protection and recovery across multiple platforms and siloes. And we do it through a single software platform.
With almost two decades of innovation in data protection and information management, we help companies assess, plan and transition from their aging backup approaches to a modern, flexible disaster recovery approach that fits their needs in prioritizing application recovery, ensuring a manageable plan for IT resources, and providing a thoughtful, workable approach that fulfills the objective of business continuity in the most seamless way possible.
Services for complete recovery readiness
Balancing the cost of downtime and data loss with business requirements requires organizational collaboration and in-depth understanding of recovery metrics (RTO/RPO), as well as the variety of technologies available to achieve them.
Commvault’s consultants make it easier to align your business goals, risks, and success factors, with a modern disaster recovery strategy and implementation plan. These same disaster recovery experts will help you develop a more resilient disaster recovery environment that will transform your traditional data operations into standards for disaster recovery readiness with clearly defined strategies that map to specific corporate goals and are accepted by key stakeholders.