This x86 cloud backup solution is unlike any other

Backup and recovery this effective can be hard to find

Sure, there are backup and recovery solutions available for an x86 environment. But for far too long now, users have complained that what’s available is “unstable” and “unreliable.” When it comes to business disaster recovery, those are two adjectives most businesses would prefer to avoid.

For many years now, we at TECA Data Safe have worked hard to build our reputation as the go-to source for AS400 backup and recovery solutions. And while our superior services brought peace of mind to many small- to medium-sized businesses searching for an effective secure option within their budget, we knew that there was also an urgent need for the same quality solution for x86 users.

And now there is.

A solution for everyone in the marketplace

We’re so very pleased to announce Rapid Rebound cloud backup and recovery for the x86 environment, the fully integrated backup and recovery solution that combines the security and peace of mind of Rapid Rebound with the quality service of TECA Data Safe. Recognized in the industry as one of the most effective x86 solutions available, Rapid Rebound for x86 is an open environment and can be used with either Windows or Linux servers. Few others in the industry offer this kind of comprehensive solution.

What makes this solution different from the rest

With Rapid Rebound for x86, businesses possess a solution that gives them the reliability they demand. That’s because Rapid Rebound for x86 allows for local disc to disc backup. It’s agnostic, so it works with either a physical or virtual server, backing up either or both environments. And while it’s backing up data locally, it’s also replicating the backups to our data centers in the cloud.

In addition, with Rapid Rebound for x86, backups can occur multiple times during the day at intervals determined by the user’s needs. Multiple backups minimize the size of the data being transported, which in turn reduces the size of each backup needing replication, and that makes for shorter recovery points. Most don’t need to be convinced of the benefit of a recovery point that is two hours old versus one that is twelve hours old.

What happens to the data once it’s in the Cloud

Once data is backed up, it is transferred to our data center where it can be incrementally added to a warm virtual disk. This process allows us to dramatically reduce the time required to restore a system after a disaster. With Rapid Rebound for x86 in place, businesses can expect sub one-hour recovery of backed up critical servers in the cloud. And that can mean the difference between complete derailment of a business after a disaster, or barely a bump in the road. No wonder our customers are buzzing about it.

Want to know more? Feel free to contact us. We’ll answer all your questions and even give you a customized estimate for your business.

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