Recovery Point Reviews & Product Details

Maryland, USA
$11MN to $50MN
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Recovery Point offers an integrated service portfolio to customers with contract flexibility and personal service. Moreover, it offers flexible and scalable services to ensure business continuity of customers and faster recovery, meeting their specific service requirements. Recovery Point offers hot site, cold site, work area recovery services, managed hosting and colocation, business continuity consulting services, DR, and cloud backup and recovery. Request RECOVERY POINT SYSTEMS Pricing to get more information.


Recovery Point offers mainframe and midrange DRaaS with Tier 1 and Tier 2 performance level options, along with managed service options, including client, jointly, and fully managed services. DRaaS offers support for virtual and physical AIX, iSeries Hewlett Packard UNIX (HPUX), Solaris, and Wintel environments, along with managed and performance-level options. The company offers mix and match options for tier performance levels to meet the specific production server requirements of customers as well as reallocation among tiers, according to the changing needs of businesses over time. The company provides network services with a suite of carrier-grade services, including server load balancing, Domain Name System (DNS) services, active directory DR services, data replication from megabytes to terabytes, and voice recovery services. Recovery Point offers BC/DR services, including design, implementation, and maintenance of strategies, ensuring the availability of business processes and technology assets. The key features include event risk management, business continuity solution and plan development, and implementation and long-term maintenance through software tools, thus enabling customers to prevent disasters efficiently.

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  • +8 Case Study
  • +5 Conferences
  • +6 Proof of Concept
  • +14 Social Media
  • +7 Whitepaper/Blog
  • +5 Multiple Recovery Points
  • +11 Automated Recovery
  • +11 Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
  • +8 Data Migration
  • +10 DR Testing
  • +9 Interactive Dashboards
  • +12 Monitoring and Alerting
  • +5 Archival Planning and Data Migration
  • +6 Compliance Management
  • +9 Directory Management
  • +8 Verification and Validation
  • +9 Backup and Recovery
  • +11 Data Isolation and Security
  • +10 Enterprise Data Archiving
  • +13 Business Consulting Services
  • -8 High Price
  • -9 Other Support Activiies
  • -10 Merge Replication
  • -11 Snapshot Replication
  • -9 Transactional Replication
  • -12 Specify Others
  • -14 Backup Basis
  • -13 Real-time Basis
  • -6 Self-Service Portal
  • -7 Other Features
  • -13 Other
  • -14 Enterprise Content Assessment
  • -7 Retrieval Analytics
  • -10 Others please specify
  • -8 Replication
  • -12 Other Services
  • -6 Education & Training
  • -8 Others, please specify
  • -10 Application Session Management and Containerization
  • -5 Data Redundancy and Parity Check
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RECOVERY POINT SYSTEMS presence in Disaster Recovery as a Service

In February 2016, Recovery Point announced INcloud, a new range of DRaaS offering, including performance and managed services. This service enables customers to address and protect their hybrid IT resources. The INcloud DRaaS includes mainframe, AIX, iSeries, and physical and virtual Wintel platforms. Depending on these platforms, clients can choose from three managed services and Tier 2 or Tier 3 performance level options. The company has five regionally-dispersed sites in the US, providing service resilience and depth of resources to customers. It serves customers catering to various verticals, including the federal, state, and local government agencies, as well as, commercial organizations ranging from Fortune 1000 companies to SMEs. In November 2015, Recovery Point expanded its capabilities with the installation of an additional IBM Enterprise Class Mainframes footprint, Enterprise Class Tape Library Systems, and petabyte of high-performance storage, to support its cloud services offerings. This expansion is an effort to support the company’s growth and provide its customers with a full range of DRaaS offerings. In January 2014, Recovery Point announced the addition of IBM enterprise-class mainframe and associated storage to its infrastructure. The company’s main focus was to meet the increasing demand from customers for mainframe-based hot site and cloud-based recovery services in the DRaaS market.

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