FlexData – your route to always-on services
More than just Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Daisy has the perfect level of data protection and service availability for organisations of every size and complexity, delivered via our award-winning recovery platform.
In today’s always-on, fast-paced world, hundreds of UK businesses trust Daisy to keep them going when things go wrong. Like them, our FlexData services can help to keep your staff and customers connected to systems and data so that you continue to engage effectively and your business can continue to thrive. Daisy delivers comprehensive services for the protection of data, systems and applications, with recovery services delivered flexibly via the cloud, physically to your site or to one of our industry-leading Business Continuity Centres.
Thanks to our 30 years of recovery expertise, we can deliver the most appropriate data protection strategy for your specific needs, to achieve your recovery point and recovery time objectives – and save you money.
Daisy’s FlexData solutions are vendor agnostic, so that we can apply the most appropriate technology to meet your business outcomes.
Our FlexData services can be fully integrated with our Business Continuity Planning (FlexConsult), Workarea Recovery (FlexPlace) and traditional Disaster Recovery (FlexTech) services. As well as delivering better business outcomes, it means that our recovery services can be delivered flexibly via the cloud, physically to your site or to one of our industry-leading Business Continuity Centres.
Most importantly, our FlexData portfolio delivers full data resilience and off-site data compliance.
- Essentials – Self-service portal-based solution for any business looking to deploy a fast and simple off-site data backup. Ideal for SMBs
- Enterprise – Ideal for mid-market organisations requiring timed and continuous data protection with supported recovery and enhanced support from our specialist recovery team
- Enterprise Plus – The ultimate solution for fully managed, business-critical data protection with recovery management support our specialist recovery team
eArchive is a flexible and secure way to easily and automatically move selected files and data away from your live environment to a Daisy owned or public cloud. Not only does this free up space on your primary storage, it ensures your data is more efficiently aligned to the right performance and cost storage platform, without investing in new hardware. In this way, it saves you time and money and helps to prolong the life of your existing infrastructure investments.
For more efficient, cost-effective data management, you can blend our active archive service with our eBackup. Your users enjoy seamless access to historic file data on demand, from a secure, durable and cost effective long term storage platform.
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