BriteCITY, a prominent managed service provider serving the SMB, made more than $10,000 in the first month of reselling Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Services from Doyenz. "Knowing what the true costs are for implementing an actual working DR solution and seeing the costs of coming on board with Doyenz we knew it would make tremendous sense," said briteCITY President Ryon Ellis.
JWCS is a managed services provider serving the greater Seattle area. "From a disaster recovery perspective, we were getting inconsistent information about what was actually stored with Zenith offsite and what wasn't," says Jamison West, Founder and CEO. A JWCS client had a hardware failure, and the need to move off Zenith became urgent. "We're in the process of shifting all of our backend data over to Doyenz so that we have one consistent solution for all of our clients who are under our managed backup solution."
The July 2011 publication of the IDC Vendor Spotlight paper, "Recovery in the Cloud", sponsored by Doyenz, focuses on trends and technologies in advanced storage services. Specifically, the report notes that the ability to restart applications on alternate resources and the ability to access production data are critical to restarting business services. Download the report to learn more about both market trends impacting business continuity and cloud services as well as the benefits of advanced storage services.