Peace of Mind Delivered Through the Cloud
Automate your disaster recovery processes and add a layer of security through cloud recovery.
The most effective disaster recovery plans will take your entire computing environment into account to ensure the safety and continuity of your operations. This means being able to reconstruct your environment from the ground up. This may sound like a daunting task, and it would be if it weren’t for cloud recovery solutions.
Disaster recovery means storing your mission-critical applications and important data to the cloud and having procedures in place that fail over to a secondary site when an event threatens your business. Cloud backups can be automated, leading to quicker recovery times and more accurate data.
At LISS Technologies, we are firm believers in cloud computing. We’ll protect your business from disaster through cloud backups, solid failover procedures, and quick recovery to mitigate your risk and reduce your downtime. Several large, online companies rent IT cloud space to businesses. This generally includes the hardware, applications, and bandwidth that you pay for based on usage—an economical solution for small- to medium-sized companies.
- Fixed Fee – Your recovery solution is available for a fixed fee that won’t scale as your business does.
- Predictable IT Expenses – Most cloud options are available for a monthly fee that is easy to budget into other disaster recovery expenses.
- No Surprises – Your disaster recovery plans are laid out and easy to understand.
- Unlimited Support – LISS Technologies is here to help whenever and wherever you need us.
- Time Flexibility – Cloud backups can be automated to cover specific times that represent important moments during the workday or work week.
Reliable Offsite Data Recovery
Data loss can happen anytime through natural or human reasons—protect your business with a cloud recovery plan.
How Does Cloud Recovery Differ From Traditional?
Traditional disaster recovery methods were based on an onsite data center connected to a secondary data center which would store redundant copies of critical data. The negative to this process is that expanding capacity means purchasing and supporting more equipment.
Cloud computing is the modern replacement to traditional disaster recovery methods, and the main benefit is cost. Cloud computing is all about scale. When you pay only for what you use, you stop wasting money on unnecessary capacity—no more secondary locations and no expensive investments in additional equipment.