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Top 10 Disaster Recovery Companies - 2019

For most business executives, finding a way to keep their businesses running even in the event of a disaster cannot be overstated. In fact, disaster recovery and business continuity are fast becoming the most important IT conversation that business leaders are having to discuss with their staff as well as train them on the protocols to follow when a disaster strikes. In any disaster recovery procedure, the first few minutes and hours after a business system crashes are extremely crucial. For most enterprises, the rest of the recovery process is determined by how well events unfold in the period immediately after the disaster hits the business process. Failure to be adequately prepared for a disaster has the potential to wreak havoc on the reputation and financial standing of the organization. What’s more, a poorly managed disaster can scare customers away. As the need for RPO and RTO requirements decreases, data replication becomes more viable. And given that this trend is expected to continue, data replication for backup/restore as well as highly available solutions will soon become the most feasible solution. Unless only for archival purposes, a negligible number of business organizations use tape. Data replication is not only more efficient, it is also extremely pocket-friendly. Unsurprisingly, companies are handing over control of non-critical business processes to third party providers, including email, CRM and other Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, and outsourced solutions like customer service and payroll. Another area where business organizations are heavily depending on third parties is Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) where they provide such services as web hosting, production needs, and development environments/platforms. By using these third-party providers, companies can noticeably reduce their internal disaster recovery needs. Nevertheless, business executives must be careful not to turn over critical business processes to third party providers, a move that could jeopardize the entire organization, especially if something went terribly wrong. Further, Virtualization has been a major trend in the disaster recovery space and has excited many in the industry. Many industry watchers see it as one of the greatest improvements of the business continuity niche. Therefore, it is not a wonder that this technology has found its use in most of the computing environments across a wide array of business organizations. The apparent significance of disaster recovery and business continuity is what is informing the IT industry on the need to keep an eye on this industry, monitoring changes and emerging trends that will dictate how companies conduct business in the days, weeks and months ahead. And thus, to help companies to select the best Disaster Recovery Solution Providers, Cloud Tech Insights, in conjunction with a distinguished panel of prominent thought leaders, and our very own editorial board, have assessed and shortlisted companies who offer comprehensive and seamless Disaster Recovery Solutions. This listing gives a comprehensive understanding of solutions that can be implemented to optimize the Disaster Recovery process. We present to you, our “Top 10 Disaster Recovery Solution Providers 2019.”

    Top Disaster Recovery Companies

  • Arcserve, since 1983, reserves a unique place in the space of data recovery. Not only the company delivers physical backup, virtual backup, and disaster recovery but also offers real-time replication and application to enterprises and mid-size businesses. Along with that, the company provides comprehensive ransomware backup protection of the systems and applications, both on-premise and in clouds. Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP), available on Arcserve’s appliance or your hardware, drives a full range of highly efficient and integrated data protection capabilities through a simple, web-based user console

  • Today, businesses look for cutting-edge and cost-efficient data backup solutions at the time of a disaster, as legacy backup systems such as tape backup, and network and disk attached storage consume time to restore data and fails to backup data efficiently. To this end, Carbonite’s data protection and disaster recovery solutions and product portfolio include backup for servers and data centers, protection of endpoints, and migration projects. The company’s data center backup solutions are focused on freeing IT teams from deploying several backup software and solutions. It is a single-vendor solution for complicated and siloed data center environments

  • Generally, DevOps teams face five common challenges while running stateful services in production and database containers: data portability, high availability, data security, management of database irrespective of infrastructure, and data automation. Portworx, a leading cloud-native storage and data management platform for Kubernetes, remediates these pain points by offering enterprises a set of robust tools to ensure the security and high availability of mission-critical data. The Portworx Enterprise 2.2 offers a one-command backup and recovery experience for complicated applications and it is expected to take security, data protection, and disaster recovery to new heights

  • Racksquared was born out of the many years of success that Wasserstrom Holdings and its subsidiaries have had in making technology an important differentiator for their businesses. Racksquared focuses on providing enterprise ready collocation solutions that offer multiple sizes of locked cages, redundant power and connectivity from multiple Internet and telecomm providers. The firm offers a variety of disaster recovery solutions ranging from simple disaster recovery tests to highly available replication

  • VMware delivers a comprehensive, integrated portfolio of business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) solutions. The company’s BC/DR solutions increase the availability of the workloads and data, and, in case the primary data centre fails, replicate the data to a secondary site and orchestrate recovery quickly and reliably. With the company’s vSphere vMotion and Storage vMotion, users can move workloads, without disruption, across the data centre to perform the maintenance necessary to maximize the life of their hardware

  • Assurance Software

    Assurance Software

    Assurance Software is the leading global provider of comprehensive business continuity software and services. Assurance is known for its easily configured SaaS applications that ensure a fit to the unique needs of each customer. The company is also recognized for exemplary services provided from the industry’s only HDI-certified customer support center, as well as the industry’s only 100% up-time guarantee. Assurance Software pairs with expert guidance with easy-to-use software to simplify preparation and ensure quick restoration of your critical operations

  • Continuity Logic

    Continuity Logic

    Continuity Logic was founded in 2006 by seasoned technology professionals. Empowers enterprise resilience by building the world’s most comprehensive, flexible, and cost effective software platform. The company’s software is now deployed with some of the world’s largest corporations and leading brands, supporting often highly sophisticated requirements. It is also deployed with a wide range of mid-sized organizations who need a more immediate ‘out-of-the-box’ solution for their needs

  • StorageCraft


    StorageCraft’s powerful data protection offerings deliver instant, reliable, and complete data recovery and eliminate downtime. The firm's innovative converged primary and secondary scale-out storage platform, with integrated data protection, solves data growth challenges, is efficient and easy to use for on-premises, cloud-based or hybrid deployments. It also focuses on providing best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions for virtual and physical environments

  • Unitrends


    Unitrends is transforming the way businesses approach backup and disaster recovery and increases uptime, productivity and confidence in a world in which IT professionals must do more with less. The firm leverages high-availability hardware and software engineering, cloud economics, enterprise power with consumer-grade design, and customer-obsessed support to natively provide all-in-one enterprise backup and continuity. It has assembled a management team of change makers, creative thinkers and vibrant leaders. Together, they bring not only a wealth of expertise but also vision, roll-up-your-sleeves know-how, and a passion for excelling and pushing beyond limits

  • Zerto


    Zerto helps customers accelerate IT transformation by eliminating the risk and complexity of modernization and cloud adoption. The only all-in-one IT Resilience Platform, converging Disaster Recovery, Backup and Cloud Mobility in one simple, scalable platform. Zerto is trusted by over 6,000 customers globally and is powering resiliency offerings for Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, AWS, Sungard Availability Services and more than 350 cloud services providers