Hurricane Matthew has made landfall affecting the east coast of Florida, after causing devastation to lives and property of the Caribbean, Jamaica, eastern Cuba and the Bahamas. There are two backup and recovery vendors who are offering free services to business affected by the hurricane, and those in it’s trajectory. Additionally, check out The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association’s website where they offer advice on how to prepare, and stay as safe as possible during a hurricane: https://www.nws.noaa.gov/om/hurricane/. We hope everyone is staying safe as possible during this dangerous storm.
Teams At Axcient, a top backup and recovery solution provider, are on high-alert to help any and all during this precarious time. They are offering a complimentary, no-commitment offer that is valid for up to 30-days or until the impacted business is stabilized, whichever is longer. Their cloud-based IT resilience solution, Fusion, can protect virtualized environments that are running VMware® vSphere version 5.5 or higher.
“In the face of Hurricane Matthew, we at Axcient are offering complimentary, no-commitment disaster recovery and data protection services to businesses who could be impacted. In less than 15 minutes, we can begin protecting your or your customer’s data and applications in the Axcient cloud, so you can stop worrying about your business and focus on what matters most.”
StorageCraft’s emergency URL, storagecraft.com/storms offer southern based businesses, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina free data back up with their StorageCraft ShadowProtect SPX software.
“The best way to ensure business continuity after the storm is to prepare before the storm,” said Curt James, vice president of marketing and business development at StorageCraft, in a statement. “ShadowProtect SPX gives IT professionals a chance to back up, and reliably recover, their critical systems and data quickly. This will allow them to focus even more time on safeguarding their businesses and families as the storm approaches.”
This offer providers Businesses 15 days to back up systems and data, and those who sign up for the service by Oct. 14 will be able to recover their data free of charge.