Get physical and virtual backups off-site and replicate VMs (virtual machines) without the cost and complexity of building and maintaining an offsite infrastructure. Veeam Cloud Connect provides a fully integrated, fast and secure way to backup and replicate to the Xiologix Tier 5® Platinum rated multi-tenant/colocation data center located inside the United States.
NETWORKING PARTNER SHOWCASES
Get Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery in Oregon
Do you have a plan in place to address data loss due to a disaster? Whether your business is victimized by a cyber threat or a physical catastrophe strikes your business property, such as a flood, tornado, or fire, you need an effective disaster recovery plan to ensure you can resume operations as quickly as possible. At Xiologix, we proudly provide cloud disaster recovery services in Oregon to give businesses confidence that they can recover in the face of a disaster. By using the cloud, all of your data is safely stored off-site, allowing you to restore function to your business much faster.
Why Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery?
If you aren’t already using cloud disaster recovery services in Oregon, you could be setting your business up for problems if disaster strikes. Cloud-based disaster recovery has many advantages over older methods. When you turn to us for your cloud-based solutions, you can free up internal resources to use in other aspects of running your business. You will be able to recover your data more quickly in the face of disaster and will find you save money in the long run. You won’t have to invest in expensive servers and other equipment to keep your business data safe.
Customized Solutions Built for You
If you’re ready to take advantage of cloud-based disaster recovery in Oregon, you can count on our expert team to help you build the most effective plan. We work closely with you to identify your unique needs and provide a customized disaster recovery solution that will give your business the best chance of success—every second matters when your business is affected by a tragedy. With our cloud disaster recovery services, you will feel confident you will get your business back up and running in no time, so you can continue to give your customers stellar service.
We gathered select industry articles that may be of interest to you in your search for the best Cloud options. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Most organizations are looking at how to leverage cloud computing, but many small and mid-size enterprises don’t have the time or personnel to manage a cloud migration. If you already have a cloud strategy, we can help you fine-tune and implement it. If you don’t have one, we can help you create a strategy that’s driven by the needs of your business.
VMware Cloud on AWS – Basic Concepts
This session covers the basic concepts of the service, including an overview of the components and connection to AWS services.
Build Your Ultimate On-Premises Cloud – Pure Storage Blog
We introduced a series of new cloud data services to enable customers to break down the cloud divide between on-premises and the public cloud. These new cloud data services are seamlessly integrated with our existing cloud data infrastructure to deliver the foundation for hybrid cloud and next generation data protection. Of course, we’re not new to the cloud game. Cloud data infrastructure to power private clouds is something we’ve been investing in from the beginning. In this blog, we will…
VMware Cloud on AWS – THE Hybrid Cloud to Run Your Enterprise Apps on!
This post was co-authored by Alex Zuo, Product ManagerVMware Cloud on AWS is the only hybrid cloud solution that allows VMware vSphere customers to modernize, protect, and scale mission-critical applications leveraging AWS, the world’s leading public cloud. With the inclusion of VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension in the base offering, we’ve made it extremely easy to migrate applications at scale to VMware Cloud on AWS. Once you are there, VMware’s enterprise-class SDDC capabilities coupled with …
Gartner: Cloud, enterprise software to drive global IT spending increase
If you have any doubts that digital transformation is top of mind for IT executives, just take a look at what they're buying. Spending on enterprise software, particularly cloud services and applications, is expected to grow faster than any other category of IT this year, fueling an overall increase in global spending on technology.That's according to a report from market research and consultancy firm Gartner, released today, that forecasts a 3.2 percent rise to $3.77 trillion in worldwide s…
10 Cloud Computing Trends That Will Define 2019
The Cloud Trends To Watch This Year The cloud has changed everything.It's dramatically changed how IT professionals go about provisioning computing infrastructure—more often these days by typing in a credit card for immediate access to resources than ordering a shipment of data center gear.It's changed how application developers approach projects, collaborate on them, and architect their software. It's changed how their operations counterparts deploy, manage and terminate those applic…
Top Trends Of Cloud Computing In 2019
Cloud computing is an obscure service now turned in multi-million dollar business in the past few decades. Now we are going to discuss top trends in cloud computing this year. Cloud is just a digital version of the warehouse. Amazon web services launched the first cloud in August 2006. Later Google followed the footstep of Amazon and launched its Google App engine in 2008. Mostly cloud computing trends began after the research of benefits and opportunities for this new platform.Since the begi…
SMB Guide to the Different Types of Cloud Services
Cloud services can enable more efficient use of resources in nearly every aspect of business, from the underlying technical infrastructure that supports the entire operation to mobile applications that make life easier for marketing.It's impossible to talk about optimizing business today without making cloud computing a big part of the conversation. This makes the cloud big business: Worldwide spend on public cloud services and infrastructure is expected to reach $266 billion in 2021, accordi…
What is a private cloud? [ And some things that it’s not ]
Private cloud is a well-defined term that government standards groups and the commercial cloud industry have pretty much agreed upon, and while some think its use is waning, recent analysis indicates that spending on private cloud is still growing at a breakneck pace.A study by IDC projects that sales from private-cloud investment hit $4.6 billion in the second quarter of 2018 alone, which is a 28.2 percent increase from the same period in 2017.So why are organizations attracted to private c…