PhoenixNAP Adds DoubleTake to Its Portfolio of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) Solutions

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Global IT services provider, phoenixNAP, a company offering cloud, bare metal dedicated servers, colocation, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions, has announced the addition of DoubleTake replication to its portfolio of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions.

As a cloud-ready option, DoubleTake would enable phoenixNAP to provide its customers with a wider array of options to meet their disaster recovery and business continuity goals.

phoenixnap hosting provider“The demand for data availability and protection is soaring as companies are improving resilience of their digital assets and, at the same time, become more educated about the best practices to accomplish these goals,” said Ian McClarty, President of PhoenixNAP. “We see this every day with our clients, who increasingly require high availability solutions, trusted service delivery and efficient implementation. The addition of DoubleTake to our existing DRaaS offering will help us better cater to their needs and respond to even more sophisticated requirements modern businesses have.”

The DoubleTake solution would help companies meet their recovery targets with flexible Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO). As a part of phoenixNAP’s services portfolio, DoubleTake would bring improvements in availability, disaster recovery efficiency, as well as migration and data sharing options.

“What we love about DoubleTake is the fact it provides competitive RTOs/RPOs that our customers can benefit from whether they run virtualized or physical environments,” said William Bell, VP of Products, phoenixNAP. “Knowing how much importance CIOs/CTOs attach to data security and availability, we focused on developing a service portfolio that provides just that on a global scale. DoubleTake is a powerful piece of software that can support our customers’ mission-critical operations and provide them with peace of mind they deserve.”

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