Arizona-based MSP Trapp Technology Introduces Nationwide DR ServicesArizona-based MSP Trapp Technology Introduces Nationwide DR Services
Scottsdale, Arizona-based managed service provider (MSP) Trapp Technology has unveiled disaster recovery (DR) services. Here are the details.
January 5, 2015
Trapp Technology has unveiled disaster recovery (DR) services that are designed to deliver physical or virtual data replication, redundant connectivity and high availability of IT infrastructure during downtime recovery.
The Scottsdale, Arizona-based managed service provider (MSP) said its DR services can instantly initiate seamless recovery of applications and data.
“Our clients consistently asked us to assist them with more of their technology needs, disaster recovery being one of the most common requests,” DJ Jones, Trapp’s vice president of sales and marketing, told MSPmentor. “With the high demand for disaster recovery services, we made sure [these were] a priority.”
Four Trapp DR services are now available:
Trapp also noted it is focused on delivering DR services to meet its customers’ unique system requirements, defined recovery points and time objectives.
Ultimately, Trapp’s DR services could help businesses reduce their IT costs and boost their revenues too.
“I’m well aware of the need for a quality DR plan and solution for all-sized businesses,” Trapp Director of Infrastructure Josh Weidman said in a prepared statement. “Our latest DR services solution simplifies traditionally complex disaster recovery plans to provide businesses [that] cannot withstand system downtime with a custom, secure and cost-effective option previously unavailable in the marketplace.”
DRaaS and business continuity services market could grow
The demand for disaster recovery services is expected to increase over the next few years, according to MarketsandMarkets.
This market research firm recently predicted the disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) and business continuity services market’s worth would increase from $640.8 million in 2013 to $5.77 billion by 2018, which would represent a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 55.2 percent during that time frame.
And as a result, many MSPs could start offering DRaaS and business continuity services to capitalize on this growing market as well.
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