Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Create your business continuity plan to ensure your content remains available to your business and customers regardless of infrastructure.
Content Cloud offers accessible business continuity capabilities that scale with your business.
Whether you are running a huge disaster recovery infrastructure that goes largely unused, or you are looking to implement a new system to support your growing customer base, Systemware Content Cloud can provide the capabilities you need while providing cost savings at the same time. Content Cloud’s unparalleled scalability and deployment flexibility can enable a business continuity plan that satisfies your organization’s compliance and user experience needs with little to no added infrastructure, and none of your implementation needs to go unused.
Content Cloud automatically replicates all content between nodes. Should something happen to any particular node or environment, your users will be seamlessly switched to a working node, allowing continuous access to all content.
Content Cloud provides ACTIVE/HOT failover to replicated nodes automatically. With both system and content level replication, Content Cloud ensures uninterrupted operations and access, even in the event of a failure.
Systemware offers disaster recovery capabilities in any deployment model, from fully hosted by Systemware to private on-premise infrastructure. Efficiently use the infrastructure you have or outsource it completely to Systemware.
Outsource your disaster recovery and business continuity plan needs with Systemware.
As information governance requirements continually increase in number and complexity, it is essential for organizations to become and remain compliant. Adding large amounts of infrastructure that will go largely unused to establish a disaster recovery and business continuity plan is an expense that no company should acquire. Systemware Content Cloud can be deployed in a partially or fully hosted model, providing a compliant content services platform, including disaster recovery, without additional infrastructure. Learn more about Systemware Managed Services.
Node-based architecture for efficiency and cost savings
Systemware Content Cloud was designed using a node-based architecture. All of Content Cloud’s available content services run on nodes, or groups of nodes, with the elasticity to scale up and down as demand dictates. In the event of a disaster, Content Cloud can scale up in an unaffected environment with no effect on availability or business continuity. If you have existing or even legacy infrastructure that is not being used efficiently, Content Cloud has the flexibility to unlock its potential or allow you to decommission it entirely.
Over the last five years, 50 percent of companies experienced downtimes that lasted longer than a complete workday. An unplanned downtime can cost thousands per minute.
Can your organization afford to lose that kind of money?
Still not convinced?
Let our customers tell you about their experience with systemware.
- Systemware helps one of the world largest financial institutionsLauren Caiafa2020-05-21T17:24:43-05:00
- Systemware helps Anheuser-Busch migrate off ASG Mobius in two weeksLauren Caiafa2020-03-11T11:23:39-05:00
- Decommission ASG Mobius ViewDirect with speed and accuracyLauren Caiafa2020-03-11T11:24:52-05:00
- Increase Access to Information, Enhance Customer Service…Lauren Caiafa2019-09-23T14:51:20-05:00
- Create, Increase, and Enhance Differentiation, Marketing Channels…Lauren Caiafa2019-09-23T14:52:19-05:00
- Lifecycle Management, Secure Access to Information…Lauren Caiafa2019-09-23T14:50:46-05:00
- Compliance Simplified with Systemware’s Content CloudLauren Caiafa2019-04-22T14:37:42-05:00
- Improving Accounts Payable in a Large Healthcare OrganizationLauren Caiafa2019-04-16T13:55:39-05:00
- Digital Transformation with Systemware’s Content CloudLauren Caiafa2019-04-16T13:51:34-05:00
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Let us prove it to you. We can easily create a proof of concept and show you what the future of your organization’s content management looks like.