VS-Protect Enterprise Cloud Backup
Easy to utilize and fully featured backup for on premise and Cloud based workloads. Based on Veeam’s leading Backup and Replication suite, VS-Protect includes support for VMWare and Hyper-V. VS-Protect can be configured for full HIPAA compliance.
VS-Protect Connect provides an offsite cloud backup repository for Veeam or VS-Protect clients by leveraging Veeam’s Cloud Connect technology. VS-Protect Connect securely replicates backups to a secure offsite repository for redundancy and disaster recovery readiness and removes the need for offsite backup media transport companies.
VS-Protect AiO (All-in-One)
VS-Protect AiO is Virtual Sprout’s Comprehensive Business Continuity Solution that provides protection for both physical and virtual servers and workstations. Through use of hybrid cloud technology, VS-Protect AiO performs system backups to a local appliance which instantly virtualizes the backup stream into a bootable image, and then replicates that image offsite to the secure Virtual Sprout cloud providing onsite and offsite backup alongside instantly recoverable/bootable backup images at both locations for a comprehensive disaster recovery solution.
VS-Protect Recover provides a predefined Cloud Virtual Data Center for re-hydration of Cloud based backups. When used in conjunction with VS-Protect Enterprise, VS-Protect Connect, and/or Veeam Backup and Recovery, VS-Protect Recover provides a balanced Disaster Recovery solution for middle market companies.
Will You Be Ready When Disaster Strikes?
Organizations that experience some form of major disaster are up against scary statistics. Customers that implement multiple layers of protection through cloud based recovery products such as VS-Protect Enterprise Cloud Backup, Cloud Connect, and Recover are better positioned to deal with disasters.
– Billion-Dollar U.S. Weather/Climate Disasters 1980-2013, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
– Crisis Management International in Blindsided: A Manager’s Guide to Catastrophic Incidents in the Worklpace, By Bruce T. Blythe (Aug. 22, 2002)
– Contingency Planning, Strategic Research Corp and DTI/PricewaterhouseCoopers (2004)