With over 25 years of experience between them, service providers Total Ltd and Databarracks are joining forces to provide the latest cloud backup and disaster recovery services. Stuart Baikie, managing director from Total commented on the similarities between the two organisations’ ethos: “At Total we believe in building long-term relationships with customers and partners alike, which is why partnering with Databarracks is a perfect fit for us.
“As our customers are improving their connectivity, they are finding that they now have the ability to update and modernise their disaster recovery processes. A manual, tape based backup routine just isn’t acceptable anymore. Businesses need a reliable, automated solution – and one that helps them meet their regulatory requirements.
“They are also finding that immediate recovery of IT in the cloud has become affordable for the first time. Our customers all know the cost of downtime and are now able to ensure that operations can continue regardless of any IT failure or physical disaster that they might endure.
Peter Groucutt, managing director at Databarracks, commented on the partnership: “The development of the comms market has been one of the key enablers of cloud adoption so we are very pleased to be partnering with a telecoms specialist like Total Ltd. Having just launched our new Partner (de)Programme, it’s great to see companies like Total working with us leveraging the benefits of our flexible approach. “We’ve been providing cloud services for over 10 years and so we understand the importance of working with partners like Total.
Organisations that in the past may have been hesitant to adopt cloud services due to security, compliance or cost issues are beginning to take their first steps with cloud service providers. Total are the trusted advisors that businesses turn to, to help guide them in deciding which services are right for them. “We are looking forward to working with Total who share our philosophy of providing a high level of service and really looking after our customers.
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