Disaster Recovery as a Service in Energy and Utilities

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In Disaster Recovery as a Service

  1. IBM CORPORATION
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    3.7
  2. MICROSOFT CORPORATION
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    3.5
  3. AMAZON
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    3.3

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Disaster Recovery as a Service in Energy and Utilities Quadrant

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KEY BUYING CRITERIA

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  • IBM offers an extensive portfolio for DRaaS, including cloud resiliency orchestration, data availability-as-aservice (DaaS), cloud data virtualization, and virtualized server recovery to deliver end-to-end integrated services using private, public, and/or hybrid cloud. IBM Resiliency DRaaS offers real-time data availability for operational restores, DR and business resumption for physical, virtual systems, and applications with near-zero RPOs and RTOs.

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    3.7
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    • Enterprise
    • New York, US
    • Founded: 1911
    • $50BN to $100BN
    • 1,00,001 to 5,00,000
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    3.1
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    • Enterprise
    • Palo Alto, California, United States
    • Founded: 2015
    • 10,001 to 15,000
  • At the core of its DRaaS program is the company’s ability to provide customers with flexible access to more than just one DR technology, while simultaneously providing access to a hybrid delivery model (across public, private, and hybrid clouds). TierPoint offers a robust suite of security services to maintain the availability, integrity, and confidentiality of business-critical data. These services include features such as intrusion detection, log management, monitoring, MFA, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation, VPN services, and data encryption.

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    2.6
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    • Enterprise
    • St. Louis, Missouri, United States
    • Founded: 2010
    • 501 to 1,000
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    • Enterprise
    • 501 to 1,000
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    • Enterprise
    • London,UK
    • Founded: 2003
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