IT recovery services

Overcome your next disaster or business disruption with flexible,
cost-effective IT recovery services

  • Recover critical business data

    Recover critical data through specialized IBM facilities, bundled recovery solution configurations, and on-site recovery support

  • Manage regulatory compliance requirements

    Protect your current and historical business data and improve management of regulatory compliance requirements

  • Improve business continuity

    Minimize financial setbacks by reducing data loss and shortening outage times

  • Support multivendor platforms

    Leverage IBM capabilities to provide cost-effective disaster recovery solutions across multivendor platforms

  • Provide end-to-end services

    Design, plan, and implement a flexible, cost-effective, enterprise-wide IT recovery plan

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Why IBM?

IBM’s comprehensive approach to disaster recovery enables you to quickly react and respond to disruptive events that may affect your business operations. With more than 50 years of experience working with enterprises from virtually every industry, we have the insight to deliver IT recovery services tailored to meet your unique IT and business needs. Our skilled experts partner with you to design, plan, and implement an IT recovery plan that will ensure your business stands ready to overcome your next disaster or business disruption.

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