Backup and Disaster Recovery

Cloud Backup for Maximum Business Protection

When it comes to backup, disaster recovery and business continuity, the only real question that needs to be answered is, how much downtime can my business afford?  With the tremendous opportunity afforded by the Cloud, it makes sense to deploy a backup and recovery strategy that maximizes your protection and minimizes costs and recovery windows.

Cost of Downtime

You already know what could happen if your company fell victim to a cyberattack or there was a hardware or software failure that took your server down. Think about how much your company earns each year, divide that by the 2,080 total work hours in a year, and that is how much money you lose for every hour your business is down due to network failure of some kind.

Don’t put your entire business at risk.  Runwell is committed to keeping your business secure, keeping your business running well, and providing you with the peace of mind knowing you can depend on an experienced and trusted business partner.


Every business wants to protect its operations from downtime and the loss of data.  Anything that can put your business’ operations at risk, such as cyber-attacks, equipment failures, human error, and natural disasters are reasons for having a disaster recovery plan in place. Disaster can strike in unexpected forms, and it is important to be prepared with a plan that involves data backup.

A disaster recovery plan documents policies and procedures to limit the disruption to your business. Steps to recovery should include restoring servers from backups.

Without investing in any hardware, your company can be protected with online backups.  It is a secure, automated process for replication and recovering applications and data in case of a disruptive event.  Since you pay only for what you need, this is a flexible, low cost alternative to traditional solutions. As part of any good business continuity plan, remote replication copies data to a secondary site. This can be useful to maintain server images with the latest configuration, and they are all set to be made live in case of a serious outage at the primary site. With cloud computing, site remote data storage becomes a very cost-effective option where backups of critical servers can be pulled up on a shared or private cloud host platform.

One of the added benefits of this server image snapshot backup as part of a strong business continuity plan with cloud computing is the ability to finely tune the costs and performance for the recovery platform. Applications and servers that are deemed less critical in a disaster can be turned down with less resources, while assuring that the most critical applications get the resources they need to keep the business running through the disaster.

Runwell Solutions offers a cost-efficient way to replace dated disaster recovery plans.  Our clients have the ability to protect their businesses and mission-critical workloads, and recover them in the cloud in the event of a disaster or disruptive event. The emphasis is on maintaining business operations in the event of an outage or disaster.

Our objective is to help our clients to eliminate their single points of failure. DR planning is an IT priority, but lack of proper planning, testing, and resources can put your company at risk of losing critical information and incurring revenue loss. An efficiently carried out disaster plan increases the likelihood of business survival.  Only a small number of businesses who lose data without a disaster recovery plan survive and are operational two years later.

With cloud computing, disaster recovery becomes much more cost-effective with significantly faster recovery times. When introduced with the cost-effectiveness of online backup between data centers, tape backup no longer makes sense. The cost-effectiveness and recovery speed of online, offsite backup makes it difficult to justify tape backup.

Having a strong DR and BC plan could also mean a possible reduction in insurance premiums, especially if a business can demonstrate to its insurers that it has undertaken sufficient measures to identify and mitigate risks. A disaster recovery plan can assist in securing new business contracts with key customers since the business has proof of being able to continue operating, or providing continuous supply of goods or services in the event of a crisis.



With Runwell, We’ve got IT Covered

Responding to our clients’ evolving requirements for infrastructure protection, we created SkyVault as a simple, comprehensive cloud-based data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity solution customizable to your unique requirements.

Full Protection at a Fraction of the Cost

With SkyVault you can choose the level of backup protection and guaranteed recovery speed your organization needs.  No need to invest in heavy iron, software, licenses, maintenance and all the rest.


SkyVault G2

SkyVault G3

SkyVault G4

SkyVault G5

Heavy-Duty Protection that Doesn’t Weigh You Down

With dedicated, personal support and a consolidated monthly service subscription, your organization will benefit from backup, disaster recovery and business continuity.  In the event of a system failure or natural disaster, you’re protected and empowered to keep your business running.