Be it Hurricanes or Hackers, companies must treat Disaster Recovery as vital
Information Technology (IT) firms’ need to shore up constantly upgrading IT targets for recovery juxtaposed with more frequent and lower-cost testing while understaffed, or without requiring a significant time commitment by existing IT staff led to the formation of the Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) market…
The guru went on to sing the praises of CWC/CBS (Columbus Business Solutions, part of Cable & Wireless Communications) in their jockeying for positioning and their importance of earning a placing as the sole Caribbean company listed on the Gartner Magic Quadrant in 2015, this service provides a Global comparison of the top DRaaS providers.
Customers gave favorable ratings when analysing CWC/CBS’s service quality and its punctuality with provider support response and service problem resolutions.
CWC/CBS also received the highest accolades in terms of contract flexibility.
Currently, CWC/CBS’s DRaaS product is touted as a fully managed service. In addition to DRaaS, the company offers connectivity, managed network services, desktop as a service (DaaS), Enterprise Mobility and co-location services.