- How is your data being protected?
- Do your critical applications have the resiliency to withstand a catastrophic event in your existing data center?
- If your organization experienced a disaster, either natural or otherwise, how long would it take you to recover your data?
Our goal is to help businesses more effectively manage and protect their data.
We get it. In today’s landscape a company’s success is almost entirely dependent on their data. Customer records, intellectual property, financials – the bottom line is that if your data is lost, it’s highly likely your business is too. Most companies however, still don’t protect their data the way it should be given its criticality to their business and day-to-day operations.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plans are often shuffled to the back burner and all too often they don’t make the priority list until something goes wrong – at which point the impact to your business could already be significant.
But why do most companies avoid implementing DR/BC plans if they’re so important?
It generally boils down to cost, both in terms of dollars and hours.
With so many production initiatives and increasingly constrained resources, these two variables often push implementing DR to the bottom of the priority list. As a result, many companies are relegated to doing backups the old way and subsequently recovering their data the old way (slowly)…if at all.
But what if Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity were a service? A utility, like your electricity and phone services… What if the infrastructure was already built and the resources to manage it already in place and you could simply turn it on, without any capital expense and have it scale with you as your business grows?
Enter Tego Data Systems.
The founders of Tego Data worked together for many years at NetApp, one of the premier data storage vendors in the world. In 2008 Tego Data was formed with the goal of providing a turnkey solution to allow companies the ability to implement better data protection and business continuity strategies to align with a growing reliance on information availability.
Our Cloud platform is built on NetApp storage technology and resides in Austin, Texas within a new (built in 2011), state of the art, 250,000 square foot data center with concurrently maintainable N+1 to 2N+1 redundancy. Our customers count on us to keep their data safe and accessible. Subsequently our choices for data center location, facilities and hardware were driven by stringent platform designed requirements around resiliency, availability and performance.
Tego’s history and continued expertise with NetApp data protection and VMware business continuity strategies make us an ideal fit for customers running either of these technologies in their production environments and are looking for a means of readying a disaster recovery plan.
If you are interested in learning more about our disaster recovery as a service solution please contact us.