Meeza, Qatar’s prominent end-to-end managed IT services & solutions provider, launched the Recovery as a Service (RECaaS) solution in partnership with Huawei Technologies to offer “world-class” recovery services through its centralised ‘Business Cloud’ platform.
RECaaS will enhance Meeza’s existing ‘Disaster Recovery and Cloud Service’ offerings within the local, regional and international markets.
RECaaS aims to pave the way for further growth for Meeza, bolstering its business cloud services expansion in target markets globally.
“Businesses nowadays cannot afford downtime and instead need to be able to pre-emptively tackle disruptions. The launch of RECaaS in partnership with Huawei equips us with a range of services that are scalable, secure, and cost effective, delivering ever increasing value to our clients. Our innovative recovery solutions will protect the day-to-day operations of our clients. Meeza’s DRaaS and BaaS (Back up as a Service) offer clients a flexible recovery platform to ensure business continuity”, said, Ghada Philip El Rassi, executive board member and chief executive officer (Expansion) Meeza.
“Disruption to IT infrastructure, systems and applications are inevitable in any business; balancing how quickly businesses can recover from an outage versus the cost of deploying complex recovery solutions is a challenge for every organisation. Our RECaaS offering provides a comprehensive and cost effective portfolio of recovery services that deliver simplicity through orchestration, automation and rapid provisioning. With multiple recovery point and time objectives available we provide true flexibility for any disaster recovery requirement either on premise, or within hybrid public cloud workloads”, said, David Wilds, expansion operations executive, Meeza.
Meeza’s unique, centralised and unified business cloud platform is hosted across multiple TierIII data centres based in Qatar, the main recovery services are Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) offering continuous real time, byte-level replication, automated full or partial failover, hardware agnostic, provides snapshot and CDP Features with multiple recovery point and time objectives. BaaS provides an extremely cost-effective backup and archiving solution hosted within the Meeza local cloud.
Huawei Technologies CEO Qatar Frank Fan said, “As a leading ICT and global infrastructure service provider, we are committed to improving online business operations, contributing to smooth economic growth by minimising disruption. The combination of Meeza’s existing state-of-the-art data centres and Huawei’s leading infrastructure, industry and business technology solutions will allow clients to focus on their business offerings without having to worry about the security and safety of their digital assets.”
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