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Databarracks named as a "niche player" in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service 2016.
What does this mean?
A Magic Quadrant helps you quickly ascertain how well technology providers are executing their stated visions and how well they are performing against Gartner's market view.
Databarracks has been named a Niche Player in Gartner's DRaaS Magic Quadrant for our ability to execute and completeness of vision.
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What is Databarracks trying to achieve?
We want to provide every single one of our customers with the best disaster recovery services in the world. No quick fixes. No shortcuts. Individual services, built to support individual customers, designed fresh every time.
That's why every Databarracks customer is assigned a dedicated commercial account manager and a personal technical account manager, along with direct and ongoing access to the Service Delivery Team.
Of couse, we deliver where it counts: we support rapid failover times for virtual and physical servers of less than 15 minutes, and we offer unlimited testing at no extra cost.
More than anything though, we succeed by putting our customers first in everything we do. "Best in the world" means something different to everyone. We'll work to find out what that means for you, and then work rigorously to that standard.
"Our vision is relatively simple – to become trusted advisors for our customers and put them first in every decision and action we take. In our experience, Disaster Recovery works best when it is based on a close relationship between customer and provider. We don't run a commodity service – our projects succeed because they're built on a deep understanding of the specific needs of everyone we work with. It's great to be recognised for that."
Peter Groucutt, MD of Databaracks
What this means for you
If you're thinking about disaster recovery, you should give us a call. We're perfectly placed to design and manage a disaster recovery service purpose-built for your organisation.