IBM-QTS Team to Deploy New Disaster Recovery Tools; Chad Williams, Steve Fijalkowski Comment

data ServersIBM has teamed up with Quality Technology Services to deliver QTS’ fresh disaster recovery services that are intended to fulfill customers’ business continuity requirements.

The DR ON-Demand and DR High Availability services work to maintain a network’s availability for QTS’ managed hosting clients during server disruptions, QTS said Tuesday.

Chad Williams, QTS CEO, said the disaster recovery options are intended to help customers identify services that meet their business demands.

The DR On-Demand service uses distributed offline servers to replicate images of the customers’ virtual environments.

The DR High Availability feature works to clone the data of physical and virtual servers to provide clients access to updated information, applications and operation systems.

“With QTS’ disaster recovery services, we were able to easily customize our client’s recovery solution according to their business needs and specific recovery requirements,” said Steve Fijalkowski, business unit executive of private cloud-delivery partner services at IBM Global Technology Services.

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