INFRASCALE PRESS RELEASES
Infrascale, a leading provider of cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions, today announced the launch of its new enhanced partner program offering rich margins, co-marketing opportunities and sales support. Infrascale understands that in today’s always-on world, protecting organizations from downtime, ransomware and data loss is the new imperative.
Infrascale Positioned As A Visionary In Magic Quadrant For Disaster Recovery As A Service Report By Gartner
Infrascale, a leading provider of cloud backup and disaster recovery solutions, today announced it was named a Visionary in Gartner’s 2016 Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), the second annual report for this fast-growing market.
80% rely on disaster recovery technologies that cannot deliver on today’s exacting RTO requirements LOS ANGELES, CA – May 10, 2016 – Infrascale, the leader in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), today unveiled its findings in the 2016 DRaaS Attitudes & Adoption Report, developed by Actual Tech Media. The report revealed some alarming
Falk Brings 30+ Years of Channel, Operations and Leadership Expertise With Cloud Companies Including Datto and Kaseya to Emerging Disaster Recovery as a Service Market LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwired – February 10, 2016) – Infrascale, the leader in Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), today announced the appointment of Bill Falk to Chief Revenue Officer.
Infrascale Cracks the Disaster-Recovery Cost Barrier to Deliver Simple and Affordable Failover to Every Company
Infrascale, a leading provider of secure, cloud-managed disaster recovery, today announced the general release of the Infrascale Cloud Failover Appliance (CFA). This all-in-one disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solution offers push-button failover, enabling any company to continue operations in the wake of a server failure, application outage, or natural disaster.
ActualTech Media Releases Findings on Attitudes and Adoption of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Small to mid-sized companies have been slow to adopt disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) solutions because of concerns about high cost, lack of IT resources, and solution complexity, according to the 2015 DRaaS Attitudes & Adoption Report, developed by ActualTech Media.