Disaster Recovery

When your data is down, so is your company. You need reliable recovery —in record time.

At OST, we do much more than simply supply your data when needed after a disaster. Instead, we supply your applications so that they can be used immediately, with time to production greatly reduced because data is stored in the cloud and doesn’t need to be restored over the Internet. This service can be especially useful for organizations that lack the needed expertise to arrange, configure and test a full recovery plan. Using Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) also means your company isn’t forced to invest in—and maintain— its own off-site DR environment.

You can’t predict disasters. If you could, they’d be less…disastrous. So we make planning the best prevention—and view disaster recovery plans as much-needed insurance policies for our customers.

Client's Voice

“What we find is that OST’s engineers, architects and senior leadership bring not only a healthcare industry knowledge, but knowledge of our business and the entire IT industry that you just cannot get from a VAR. One of OST’s unique attributes is their ability to work with the entire business – IS, infrastructure, business applications, business development, and clinical. This is a huge advantage to us because OST brings a completeness of vision which puts us in a position of being ready and even ahead of what the business needs are when it comes to new infrastructure, for example.”

Sean Henkel

Director, IT, Infrastructure Services

Customer Story

We recently met a financial management company that had suffered multiple outages and additional tech issues due to power and network failures in their area. After being unable to process transactions for four days—not a small issue—they determined that they needed a plan for quicker recovery.

Leveraging OST’s Certified Business Continuity Professionals and a SaaS based planning tool, our team quickly got to work on a business impact analysis.

With that, we were able to help them develop the functional priorities, and correlate application and system dependencies, as well as informed retrieval time objectives—all of which supported their requirements for recovery and aligned the costs of the solution with the priorities of their applications and workloads.

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