Veeam Backup and Replication

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Veeam Backup and Replication gives you a simple, fast, secure backup to the cloud – securely stored in Daisy’s UK cloud repositories, supported by experienced Daisy data backup and recovery specialists.

Why Daisy for data and IT protection?

Daisy is a Veeam partner and one of very few services providers with the business recovery expertise to protect your data securely, compliantly and cost-effectively. Daisy and Veeam together provide industry leading data backup whether it resides on-premise, in a virtual environment, in a private or public cloud or any combination of these.

  • UK’s leading Business Continuity provider for more than 30 years
  • We recover on average one customer every week, year on year
  • We have multi-award-winning people, services and physical infrastructure
  • We protect more than 2.1 Petabytes of critical customer data
  • We have more than 7500 pre-configured work area recovery seats ready and waiting in the UK

Ransomware mitigation

“One of the many reasons that we chose Veeam as one of the technology platforms for our eBackup service, is because they are leading the data fight against the impact of ransomware attacks. This gives customers the reassurance that when recovering from an attack the inherent technology capability ensures the recovered data will be uncompromised.” Mark Wilson, Business Continuity Solutions Architect, Daisy Corporate Services

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Daisy makes it easy to protect and recover your data

Rest assured that Daisy can help you on your digital journey, as well as provide you with the confidence that your recovery time and recovery point objectives can be met in any eventuality.

Recovery Options

Type of Recovery Other Cloud Providers Daisy
Customer self recovery
Recovery to a public cloud
Recovery to a dedicated Daisy recovery cloud
IT disaster recovery to customer premises
IT disaster recovery to dedicated Daisy recovery centres, nationwide
People recovery (work area recovery)
Proven 30 year pedigree in recovery expertise

What does Daisy’s Veeam backup service deliver and how?

Protection against ransomware

Provides an on-site, immutable copy of your data – clean and ready for you to use

Peace of mind that your data is secure and recoverable

All your data is encrypted at source, in-flight and at rest with multiple copies at multiple sites

Confidence from a “set it and forget it” solution

Modern backup architecture, automatic copy jobs and forever incremental backups, customisable retention and more

Lower backup and recovery costs

Simple per GB pricing and automatic archiving

Complete visibility and control for access and recovery

Easy to use backup console for access and recovery and to track consumption and receive reminders for storage renewals

Full compliance with GDPR and other regulations

Includes support for “right to forget”

Daisy and Veeam backup Costain’s cloud-first strategy

Daisy Corporate Services (DCS) selected by Costain as its preferred partner to help support the development of its Cloud-first strategy. Costain is one of the UK’s leading smart infrastructure solutions companies.
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Some of the business continuity awards won by Daisy in the past 5 years

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