DynamicRestore is being launched as part of the new Attix5 Dynamic product, which incorporates the features and benefits of the company’s current Attix5 Pro solution combined with the new DynamicRestore technology.
The innovative patent-pending business continuity and recovery technology, gives service providers the ability to offer a managed, multi-tenant, Cloud-based recovery solution to their end-users. DynamicRestore enables businesses to get their operations back up and running within minutes rather than days, reducing recovery time and saving businesses from economic failure. Flexible, time efficient and cost effective, no additional hardware or storage is required and backed-up data can be accessed from any location.
Speaking at the event, Michael Law, CEO, Attix5, said: “Cloud Computing is an important growth market across the African continent and we’re delighted to be launching DynamicRestore today, which is going to be an extremely viable option for African-based enterprises. It offers the stability and resilience which is critical to business operations around the world but especially in a market like Africa – which often suffers from service disruptions such as power outages. DynamicRestore increases the efficiency and delivery of business continuity and disaster recovery in an emergency which significantly reduces the time and cost implications for businesses.”
Attix5 is based in Johannesburg and Stellenbosch and through its extensive partner network it also has a presence across Africa and South Africa in countries which include: Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and Botswana, amongst others.
To find out more about DynamicRestore, watch this video interview: http://youtu.be/
The Cloud World Forum is currently taking place (17-18 June 2014), at the Olympia National, London, UK. Boasting an impressive agenda with more than 300 speakers participating from 74 countries, the event is EMEA’s largest and most comprehensive Cloud event.