Quorum Supplying Disaster Recovery Solutions to Australian Clubs and Pubs
New Quorum onQ resellers are bringing the award winning onQ disaster recovery appliance to Australian Clubs. onQ provides an appliance based approach to disaster recovery and business continuity making it easier than ever to protect IT systems.
October 2, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The Australian clubs and pub industry now have a new option in the fight against IT outages. Through NSW based IT services provider Secom Technology, and backed by exclusive Quorum distribution agent Facilitate Distribution, Australian clubs and pubs are now being offered the appliance based disaster recovery solution onQ by Quorum. The appliance has been well received at the Sydney AGE Gaming Show and with Riverwood based Clubs Rivers already on-board more are sure to follow.
Downtime in organisations can cost 1000's each year, as a result a single outage may cost more than the entire life-cycle of a solution like Quorum's onQ. The solution has this year alone won a host of awards and has appeared in CRN virtualization 100, THINK Strategies Cloud Computing Business Strategy Awards and many more.
Quorum onQ was engineered from the ground up to provide enterprise level business continuity without the complexity or cost of traditional solutions. onQ One-Click Recovery puts all of your applications and data back online within minutes of a storage, system or an entire site failure. Deploy onQ to meet your needs--locally for High Availability (HA), remotely for Disaster Recovery or both. onQ appliances are offered in a range of sizes to match your requirements and also as a service through Managed Service Provider partners.
The onQ solution by US based Quorum is the manufacturer of onQ, 1RU and 2RU form factor appliances which encompass everything an organisation needs for fast, effective disaster recovery and business continuity.
The onQ appliances are suitable for a range of organisations across all verticals currently running up to 35 servers and are capable of protecting both physical and virtual infrastructure with ready-to-run virtual clones.