Unitrends launches free online disaster recovery planning tool
Unitrends has announced BC/DR Link, a free online service tool that enables companies worldwide to ‘quickly and easily build a comprehensive disaster recovery plan’.
BC/DR Link provides users with step-by-step instructions for building a robust disaster recovery plan based on the latest industry standards and best practices. The service also includes 1 Gigabyte of centralized storage in the Unitrends cloud, which companies can use to house essential disaster recovery and business continuity documents, such as evacuation plans and emergency contacts. In the event of a disaster or outage, employees can access these materials remotely from a mobile device or computer, enabling them to function as a well-orchestrated team.
"BC/DR Link underscores our commitment to providing customers with iron-clad disaster recovery assurance and true business continuity," said Mike Coney, president and CEO of Unitrends. "Even a short-term disruption can have devastating consequences on a business. BC/DR Link makes it possible for companies to confidently prepare for the worst with a best practices plan that will facilitate reliable and rapid recovery. The tool has dramatically simplified and expedited the planning process so that every organization can establish a fool-proof, no excuses approach to disaster recovery."
Companies looking for increased storage in the cloud and white glove disaster recovery service can leverage Unitrends' new hybrid cloud Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offering, which utilizes the company's proven ReliableDR, Unitrends Enterprise Backup and Unitrends Bridge technologies. Unitrends' DRaaS provides recovery services for business continuity and protection of heterogeneous virtual and physical infrastructure and applications.
For more information on BC/DR Link or to start building a disaster recovery plan, visit www.BCDRLink.com
•Date: 24th July 2014 • World •Type: Article • Topic: BC software
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