Avoid costly downtime and control operational costs with enterprise-wide, program level resiliency services from IBM.

Decrease Risk

Understand, manage, and address potential threats to business continuity.

Control Expenses

Ensure your investments are focused on the right resilience capabilities.

Improve Resiliency

Maximize availability and management of your resiliency program.

These days, businesses can't afford a single minute of downtime. Outages can result in the loss of productivity, defection of customers, and negative revenue impact. They can even have long-lasting impact on the brand equity and reputation of your business. Your enterprise needs cost-effective business continuity management services that can reduce unexpected disruptions without costing a fortune.

With business continuity management you can improve your company’s resiliency, and therefore its reliability.

How business continuity management helps to address changing business realities

Business Continuity Risk Management

Case Studies

IBM Resiliency Services provides critical backup, full redundancy and a remote recovery site for South Korea’s Paradise Group

Kutxabank embraces virtualization to build resilience into every transaction

IBM Resiliency Services provides critical backup, full redundancy and a remote recovery site for South Korea’s Paradise Group

Kutxabank embraces virtualization to build resilience into every transaction

Solutions

Resources

Gartner names IBM as a leader for DRaaS

2016 Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service

 

 

Local Experts

Especialistas mundial

Call: +31-205145162

Call: +31-205145162

Call: +31-205145162

 

Contact IBM

Pat Corcoran, Global Business Development Executive, Business Continuity & Resiliency Services

For the last 26 out of my 38 years with IBM, I have been part of IBM Resiliency Services organization, helping IBM and our Clients think and deal with risks, crisis management, business continuity, business resiliency and security. Currently I'm a Global Business Development Executive, helping Clients understand the need for business resiliency, contiuity, recovery, etc. ... helping to elevate the discussion of risk & resiliency within their companies, and then helping them create global business resiliency solutions. I've had the honor of supporting or leading great teams of IBMers during crisis events in support of our Clients, and I travel around the globe sharing lessons learned with customers to demonstrate IBM's credibility and experience, and why IBM is the best supplier to partner with when it comes to "resiliency and risk"! It's a people job ... I help individuals keep their jobs because we help companies maintain continuous business operations and grow! A great job!

Daniel Witteveen, Director, Resiliency as a Service

With over 6 years in the Resiliency business, Daniel Witteveen Leads the Resiliency Global Center of Excellence at IBM. His team of global Subject Matter Experts represents the best of the best when it comes to Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), and Resiliency Communications as a Service (RCaaS). Daniel and his team have participated in various publications and speaking engagements focused on Resiliency as a Service. Specializing in the Hybrid IT environments optimizing Public/Private Cloud and On-Prem solutions IBM provides the most efficient (cost and business outcomes) based solution mapping directly to our client’s strategic imperatives.

Ron Martin, Business Development Executive, IBM Resiliency Services

"IBM is a leader in the area of Enterprise Content Management. We are now enabling this capability as a Saas / Cloud solution to the marketplace. As the Business Development Executive for North America, my responsibility is to bring this solution to the marketplace. This entails educating the IBM Sales and technical people, development of marketing material and most importantly engaging with clients to discuss the value proposition of leveraging the Cloud to meet their Content Management / Archive business requirements."