Employ data protection
in your business

Kronicles have continuously promoted the need for every company to adapt an efficient solution to protect their data against potential data or even business loss. Our service covers an end-to-end approach to protect our client’s data regardless of their SLA requirement. These solutions are all specifically designed to address all recovery needs whether operational, site or long-term.

Backup as a Service (BaaS)

BaaS is a comprehensive backup service that protects all of the organization’s critical data including files and applications. BaaS automates the entire backup process to cover all data regardless of where it resides (physical servers, virtual machines, end point devices or the cloud). The holistic approach of BaaS provides a secure and reliable service that ensures end-users have peace of mind and a guarantee that their data is protected and is recoverable whenever they need it.

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

DRaaS delivers a platform for IT resilience. With Continuous Data Protection, Orchestration and automation, DRaaS replicates your production infrastructure and all its processes onto a secondary or recovery site. The service allows users to transition to a secondary or recovery site seamlessly, allowing your business services to continue as usual. DRaaS is presented as a subscription offering where users are paying for an SLA guarantee that their data is protected (RPO in seconds) and can be restored (RTO in minutes) at any time they want. This offering extracts our users of the operation and maintenance burdens involved in owning the equipment or technology giving ease of mind and additional savings.

Archive as a Service (AraaS)

ARaaS provides a simplified approach to long-term data retention. Developed to address lengthening retention requirements including regulatory compliance, ARaaS ensures that an organization’s most valuable data is organized and easily accessible – while at the same time freeing up expensive disk space, lowering storage costs, and reducing the backup window for data that is infrequently accessed.