Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) provides continuous backup of critical applications, infrastructure, data and systems to the cloud, so you can recover within minutes of an IT outage.


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Disaster Recovery as a Service from IBM

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Market Leadership

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Business Continuity Consulting

Create a more effective resiliency program with consulting services for assessment, planning and design, and implementation and testing.

Resiliency Communications as a Service

A high availability, cloud-enabled crisis/incident management service

Recovery as a Service

Virtualized Server Recovery

Recover your virtualized or physical servers on a virtualized cloud infrastructure at an IBM secure, hardened recovery center.

Backup as a Service

Cloud Backup

Managed backup services for public, private or hybrid cloud-based, on-site or off-site data.

Cloud Data Virtualization

Virtual instant recovery of critical data.

Dive deeper

Meet Daniel Witteveen, Director Resiliency Global Center of Competency

Daniel is focused on data backup, data virtualization and high availability resiliency solutions. Both as a service in a cloud business model, or replicated to an IBM resiliency center to extend even more value from a resiliency compute perspective.

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Prior to this role Daniel was the Northeast US Executive at IBM for the Business Continuity and Resiliency practice where he managed a team of specialized sales resources focused on helping clients be more resilient and reduce down time. Before joining the resiliency business, Daniel was a business development executive for IBM Americas focused on On-Line Games, VirtualWorld and Interactive Strategy.

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