High Availability Recovery Servicesadmin2020-02-13T06:03:32+00:00
Many organisations rely on high availability of their core data and applications to function. In the event of disruption or a disaster, you need to be sure that business-critical systems and data can be accessed in order to minimise downtime and maintain productivity.
ADAM Continuity’s High Availability and Replication Service (HARS) protects you and your business’ vital data and systems by harnessing our suite of backup, replication and failover hardware and software technologies.
Re-provision your data and applications in the event of a business interruption
Annual rehearsals delivered remotely from our Tier-3 data centre
Technologies from award-winning providers underpinned by our expertise
Minimise data loss – quickly restore your data from replicated off-site data sets in the event of an emergency.
No hidden costs – our “as-a-service” fixed price solution minimises the need for any capital expenditure or outright investment.
Guaranteed performance – we operate against mutually agreed SLAs defined from the outset.
Fully managed service – we’ll provide end-to-end management of your replicated data solution and data retrieval, leaving you time to focus on more proactive tasks.
Be more secure – your data is replicated to our highly secure Tier-3 data centre facility and can be rapidly recovered to our Cloud Infrastructure.
Flexible – HARS can be delivered on hybrid or private cloud infrastructures and supports agnostic server platforms.
Who we’ve helped:
A large metropolitan law practice required a fully managed, outsourced service provision to guarantee quick system restoration, minimising downtime and data loss and meeting their business’ objectives. An ADAM High Availability and Recovery Service (HARS) was chosen to provide near real-time replication to meet and exceed the customer’s expectations.
“ADAM pro-actively maintain and monitor our entire continuity solution, and we can now guarantee that in the event of a disruption, our email system can be fully restored within 15 minutes, helping us stay in line with our business continuity plan.”