Mobilk - Expanding its range of innovative products and services, data2cloud, a subsidiary of Ooredoo, has announced the launch of its new integrated Backup and Disaster Recovery (DR) service. Run from data2cloud’s fully-fledged data centres in Oman, the new product is set to offer businesses a cost-effective, flexible and secure option for their data management needs. Available as pay-as you-consume, the solution features an easy-to-use, web-based management console that can reliably back up and recover physical, virtual, and cloud workloads at any location and at any time.
“Data is an organisation’s critical corporate asset yet backups are the most often neglected tasks in data management,” said Monther Al Mamary, data2cloud CEO. “The new Backup and Disaster Recovery Service, will provide a simple and state-of-the-art solution to recover data in case of loss from deletion or corruption. Combining local hosting with Ooredoo’s network reliability, the service gives businesses the confidence of risk-free data backup, ensuring business continuity and ultimately, growth.”
Launched in 2015 as a subsidiary of Ooredoo, data2cloud offers all kinds of organisations, including government, local enterprises, and SMEs, cutting-edge cloud computing services. A virtual ‘office in the sky’, data2cloud uses Ooredoo’s reliable network and world-class infrastructure to give businesses the chance to further elevate their cloud operations with cost-effective solutions and flexible consumption-based payment plans, backed by world-class Service Level Agreements.
The latest of its range of services that include infrastructure, backup, monitoring, security, Cloud drive, IoT, containers, and email collaboration, the Backup and Disaster Recovery Service is available in Standard and Advanced editions with a proven, complete data protection solution for hybrid IT environments.
With three state-of-the-art data centres currently operating across the Sultanate, the company plans to open more facilities in the near future, including in Batinah to cater to increased demand for high-end cloud solutions in new areas.
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