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Recovery Point Systems has launched INcloud, the sub-branding umbrella for its cloud-based disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solutions, along with a new set of performance and managed service options.

INcloud represents the integration of a wide range of DRaaS solutions, each offering multiple options for performance and management, together with hosting and traditional shared asset disaster recovery services, to address the complex requirements of the enterprise market for which DRaaS may be one part of a larger business continuity solution.

"The INcloud DRaaS options have been designed to protect diversified hybrid production resources with recovery solutions that not only dynamically restore specific application functionality when needed, but which can also be successfully meshed into a holistic, turn-key solution capable of delivering an orchestrated enterprise recovery from catastrophic events impacting any or all of the hybrid data center components. These include public/private cloud-based processing, collocation resources and the customer's own remaining data center assets. INcloud works across all of them," said Marc Langer, President of Recovery Point.

The INcloud DRaaS solutions cover mainframe, AIX, iSeries, and physical and virtual Wintel platforms. Depending on the platform, clients can choose from two or three performance tiers and three managed services options.

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