Disaster Recovery & Backup
Disaster Recovery is an essential part of any company’s risk management strategy. In today’s fast moving business environment you need to know your data and systems are securely backed up to a location offsite, so that in the event of a disaster you can retrieve this data quickly and/or start up your services elsewhere and can continue to service your customers.
Using industry-leading technologies from best-of-breed vendors and partners, CMI has designed a series of managed backup and disaster recovery services to suit all types and size of business. From simple managed cloud backup services to server replication and disaster recovery solutions that ensures you are fully covered no matter what the circumstance.
CMI's Managed Backup and Disaster Recovery Services are delivered to you as a fully managed service, meaning we set up, monitor, maintain and support the service, giving you peace of mind that if disaster strikes your business will be safe.
CMI Managed Veeam Cloud Backup
This managed service is suitable for organisations who already use Veeam Backup and Replication software to back up their local server estate. Using Veeam’s Cloud Connect architecture, we offer a managed offsite backup service that replicates your virtual servers to a secure cloud, ensuring a complete copy of the server image is held offsite.
CMI Managed Disaster Recovery with Veeam
For companies that require a full business continuity solution, this managed service uses Veeam’s Cloud Connect architecture to replicate your server estate offsite and provides a failover service in the cloud to allow you to start up your servers and applications offsite and get you back up and running the same day, even in the event of a serious local server failure.
CMI Managed Disaster Recovery with Zerto
Using the award winning Zerto software, this managed business continuity service provides almost real time backup and replication of your server estate to a secure cloud, and provides failover in the cloud in the event of a local server failure, with minimal data loss and downtime.