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UKCloud launches back-up offering
Written by staff reporter
UKCloud has announced the launch a self-service replication and recovery solution powered by software provider, Zerto.
Disaster Recovery to the Cloud is based on a pay-as-you-use cloud model; organisations can select applications that are crucial for the provision of public services, and therefore only pay for the disaster recovery or business continuity that is needed.
“It is crucial for our public sector customers to ensure that in the event of a disaster, their essential public services would face little or no disruption,” said Simon Hansford, CEO of UKCloud. “Having a disaster recovery plan in place is mandated by the Civil Contingencies Act, but traditional disaster recovery solutions are expensive and inefficient. We’re delighted to be offering this new service, which will help our customers meet their business continuity objectives with a flexible and cost-effective solution.”
“Disaster Recovery to the Cloud has been specifically designed with our public sector customers in mind. It is ideal for protecting sensitive data and services that are depended on by UK citizens, patients and public sector workers.”