Is tape dead? Is it really dead? For as long as we have been in business (since 2003) the headline "Tape is dead" has been a mainstay in the storage press and in the messaging of backup and archiving vendors.
Databarracks has completed the Self-Certification against the 'Code of Practice for Cloud Service Providers' (the 'Code') of the Cloud Industry Forum ('CIF', at www.cloudindustryforum.org). which the mark above demonstrates. Clicking on the mark will take you to the CIF website where supporting information for this Certification is available.
Databarracks is committed to the Code. One of the main objectives of the Code is to help ensure disclosure of essential information so that consumers of Cloud Services can make better business decisions based on this information. The information on this page addresses the public disclosure requirements of the Code.
|Legal status||Private Limited Company|
|Date of formation||28th March 2003|
|Location of registration||Guernsey|
|Ownership (major shareholders)|
|Members of Board of Directors|
|Managing Director||Peter Groucutt|
|Technical Director||Oliver Mather|
|Financial Director||Tom Roberts|
|Non-Executive Director||Andrew Green|
|Non-Executive Director||Andrew Brenson|
|Corporate fixed address||Arxcis House, 9 Park Hill,London, SW4 9NS|
Scope Covered by the Code
Scope of services
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), backup, replication and disaster recovery services, Hosted Exchange email and consultancy services.
|Countries with local sales and/or support
|Countries where customer data may be held or processed
|Countries with data centres||Customer data will only be held in the UK.|
Alternative trading name(s) N/A
Website address(es) www.databarracks.com
Third-Party Coverage Transparency
Databarracks Ltd. does not accept any indirect responsibility for our suppliers. Databarracks Ltd.'s suppliers do not accept indirect responsibility to Databarracks Ltd.'s customers. Databarracks Ltd. does not accepts indirect responsibility to customers of customers
Security Control Transparency with the Cloud Security Alliance
Databarracks has not completed the Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire from the Cloud Security Alliance.
Other Extended Commitments to Code of Practice Principles & Existing Certifications
Databarracks Ltd is also commited to, and has been certified to ISO 27001 for Information Security Management and ISO 9001 for Quality Management. Databarracks has achieved the higher level of certification against the Cyber Essentials Scheme - Cyber Essentials PLUS and was the first cloud service provider to be awarded the CompTIA Cloud Trustmark+.
Industry Association Memberships
Databarracks is a member of the Business Continuity Institute (https://www.thebci.org), the Cloud Industry Forum (http://www.cloudindustryforum.org), the Federation Against Software Theft (http://www.fastiis.org/) and CompTIA, (http://www.comptia.org/).
Databarracks does not commit to supporting any specific technologies, standards, or inter-operability.
While Databarracks Ltd. has made the commitment to the Code, customers/third parties shall note that information or certification provided by the Cloud Industry Forum does not constitute advice from or endorsement by the Cloud Industry Forum. The Cloud Industry Forum disclaims any and all liability arising out of the use of services or otherwise of certified organizations. Where disclosed information or capabilities as specified by the Code of Practice are essential in purchasing cloud services from a certified organization, it/these should be cited contractually. Professional advice appropriate to specific circumstances should always be obtained.