We're fast-approaching the end of 2016, which means awards season is upon us. Databarracks has been selected as a finalist in a number of categories this year.
Databarracks is obsessed with continuity.
From the launch of the UK’s first managed online backup service over 10 years ago, to our leading cyber-secure Disaster Recovery as a Service offering today, we’ve been helping organisations become more secure and more resilient for a long time.
A good disaster recovery solution does more than just protect technology – it accounts for, and mitigates against, the disruption to your people, processes and assets.
Databarracks is a disaster recovery expert. Anyone can back up and restore data. We have a team with decades of shared experience that perform restores, testing and real invocations every day. We run customer playbooks across 100s of different infrastructures, applications and industries.
Perhaps most importantly, we deal with worst-case scenarios for a living – we know how to keep a cool head throughout even the most severe disruption.
Award winning service.
Awards are important to us because it means we're achieving what we set out to do: deliver the best cloud services in the UK.
Perhaps more important than the awards though are the success stories behind them. We won every single one of those awards because a satisfied customer either nominated us or endorsed us.
Databarracks continually prioritises customer service over all else, so it means a lot when people vouch for us.
Andrew has worked in the IT sector for 20 years with companies such as Channel 4 and Save the Children, and is a well-known authority in the NGO and international charity IT sector.
After lengthy service as Treasurer to the Charities Consortium IT Directors Group, Andrew now works as a consultant with NGOs.
Andrew is Managing Director (Asia-Pacific) of PTS Consulting and a globally-recognised expert in data centres and IT relocations. Building on a strong existing consultative relationship with Peter and Oliver, Andrew was invited to join the board as a non-executive director in 2012. We are delighted to benefit from his guidance in an official capacity.
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