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Plan B Disaster Recovery has announced it will be launching a brand new disaster recovery service at IP Expo on the 7th and 8th October. The company is extending its daily tested and guaranteed disaster recovery service to improve recovery points so customers can benefit from instant recovery with zero data loss.

Plan B Disaster Recovery says that it will become the first cloud disaster recovery provider to offer zero data loss in addition to daily tested, guaranteed recovery.

“The secret is in our auto recovery and testing regime” says Tim Dunger, managing director of Plan B Disaster Recovery. “For over seven years we have been the only company to fully test a customer’s disaster recovery solution to application level every day – in advance of a failure. This has meant we have the fastest recovery times and the only service that comes with a money back recovery guarantee. We are really excited to add zero data loss to this so we can offer customers the holy grail of disaster recovery. And because we automate our fix-up and testing process we can make it affordable for all businesses.”

Plan B will offer this service to virtualized customers, using continuous replication to achieve zero data loss. Businesses that want to reduce the worry of coping with an IT failure can outsource the full end-to-end service to Plan B who will manage the replication, auto recovery, daily testing and recovery process.

Plan B will be discussing their new service with customers at IP Expo where they will be on stand JJ3.

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