Today, access to information is the key to survival in the fast evolving business world. Interrupted access to data or data losses could financially impact an organization, and in some cases, leave no room to recovery. This could mean loss of business, loss of customers and worst of all, going out of business.

THEQAprovides various business continuity and disaster recovery (DR) Solutions, in the aim of helping you avoid these issues in your day-to-day operations and of ensuring smooth flow of business processes.

Our business Continuity Services can be summarized as follows:

Data Centers Solutions

IT departments, always compelled to "do more with less," now have the products and technology to realize the promise of virtualization to meet dynamic business demands.

Some of these competing demands include:

  • Agility and ease of use
  • Security and compliance
  • Performance and scalability
  • Business continuity (BC)
  • Disaster recovery (DR)

And all this with ever-decreasing operating and capital expense budgets.

When an Operating System (OS) and application are packaged together and operate independently of the operating system on the physical server, they form a Virtual Machine (VM), which is hosted on the physical server. By consolidating multiple workloads (VMs) onto a single physical server, you can actually reverse the proliferation of physical servers resulting in less hardware and more flexibility.

Other benefits of server consolidation include reduced power and cooling costs and freeing up floor space in the data center by reducing equipment footprint.

Service High Availability

In today's information technology world, high availability is more and more important in critical systems such as:

  • Domain Controllers
  • Messaging
  • Database Application Servers

Demands on these systems include not only ensuring the availability of important data, but also efficient resource sharing of the relatively expensive components.

Network Availability

Network Availability solutions provide for two key requirements of critical enterprise networking components, namely: enhanced reliability and increased performance which will:

  • Effectively load balance and failover multiple Internet connection for outbound and inbound Internet access;
  • Smoothly support site to site IPSEC VPN redundant tunnels;
  • Successfully monitor the performance of the Internet, the network and the servers relative to each user accessing the site.

Site Resilience

A datacenter or site failure is managed differently from the types of failures that can cause a server or database failover. In a high availability configuration, automatic recovery is initiated by the system, and the failure typically leaves the messaging system in a fully functional state. By contrast, a datacenter failure is considered to be a disaster recovery event, and recovery must be manually performed and completed for the client service to be restored, and for the outage to end.