Disaster Recovery

Are you looking for a cloud-based disaster recovery solution to ensure business continuity?

UBT recognizes that each enterprise has unique disaster recovery concerns and requirements. That’s why we offer a range of DR options to meet your needs. Our flexible and secure solutions allow clients to leverage their own backup and replication technology or ours.

We work closely with clients to develop, implement and support their DR plans. In the event of a disaster, our cloud-based disaster recovery solutions provide fully redundant and secure data backup and will have your enterprise up and running, without skipping a beat.

UBT’s disaster recovery offerings provide an easy way to move backup and disaster recovery to the cloud.

What makes UBT disaster recovery unique?

“Bare metal” disaster recovery onto different hardware
Recover entire servers from a disaster – even if the new hardware or operating system is completely different from the old one!

Keep earlier versions of your data longer
With our advanced retention policies, you can keep your data longer and have better access to older archived data. Multiple certifications and wide compatibility ensure your data is safe.

Compatible and compliant
Our backup/recovery technology is compatible with a wide range of platforms and boasts several important certifications. Back up and recover Virtual Machines with our advanced technology

Advanced backup and recovery for virtual machines
Back up and recover VMs with any-to-any restore capability, and pay only for the amount of compressed data that you back up. Our tools allow restoration of Exchange, Groupwise and other mail platforms , wholes server or single mail

Recover entire email servers… or just a single email
Quickly restore Exchange, Groupwise and other email data – whether it’s an entire bank of servers or even a single email!

Restore data locally – and fast.
Save a copy of your latest data on-site for faster recovery, in addition to sending it to our remote data vault.

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