Data is the heart of every business that must be accessed anytime for the business continuity. To review the Backup and Recovery solution you must keep your eye on Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs). Because downtime of the business is never acceptable by any business organization.

Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) are the time duration to recover a backed up machine after a disaster. This is the key point of every backup and recovery solution. If your data is lost due to man made or natural disaster you need to get back things on track immediately. Because every second of downtime is trouble for every organization. So your backup solution must recover your data and get everything up with minimum RTOs.

Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) are until which point in time you can recover the machine data after disaster. Also, you need to consider the security of your business critical data.

Vembu offers industry best RTO, which is less than 15 minutes. Vembu VMBackup has a great mechanism to achieve this RTO less than 15 minutes, which is Instant Virtual Machine Recovery, Instant File-Level Recovery and application level recovery for  Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, SQL and Active Directory.

Vembu VMBackup offers near continuous data protection of your data center, where we have automated Backup and Replication mechanism. You can run the backup with the frequency of every 15 minutes and by this way you can assure the RPO of less than 15 minutes. Vembu VMBackup provides end-to-end AES 256-bit encryption and compression of backup data which ensures that the backup data of clients is secured.

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The final thing you need to think about  is a cost effective solution. Most of the solution have high costs associated but do not have a proper DR Plan. Vembu offers an effective Disaster Recovery solution with minimal cost.

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Note: This is a Republished Article. Blog originally published on – March 22nd, 2016

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