Managed Cloud Hosting and Workplace Recovery

Minimise risks for both your company and its infrastructure by moving your server to our highly secure cloud environment. With the added protection of our expert IT support, and seats at one of our disaster recovery suites, your business is safe and secure.

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Business-ready, Temporary Workspaces

If your premises suddenly become inaccessible after an unfortunate event, we have over 350 seats across multiple recovery suites, in a number of locations in East Anglia, for you to carry on business as usual.

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Basic Backup Solutions

Our managed backup service provides a highly protected, off-site facility to keep your critical company data safe. Once backed up to our remote datacentre, your information can be restored any time, to your local site or a recovery site of your choice.

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“As part of continual commitment to staff and drivers, Maritime Transport are in the process of rolling out Ruckus Wi-Fi solutions to key transport depots across the UK.”

“In addition to this new Wi-Fi technology, the performance of key business networked applications has remained consistent through the quality of service settings. This added benefit of the availability of Wi-Fi across our sites, allows drivers to keep in contact with friends and family, browse the internet, view movies and listen to music when parked up overnight.”

“Corbel provided a comprehensive consultative approach, alongside project management to ensure the smooth delivery of this project.”

Derek Keeble – Director of IT & HR, Maritime Transport

Did You Know?

55 % Of downtime is due to hardware failure
22 % Of downtime is due to human error
5 % Of downtime is due to nautral disasters
18 hrs The average time it takes businesses to recover after a disaster
4 days The average time it takes the average company's internet connection (25 Mbps) to replicate 5TB of data
2 in 5 Companies do not have a disaster recovery plan


How can Corbel help?

Disasters can happen to any business at any time and the downtime they can cause can be incredibly damaging to the core business and many organisations don’t even survive such events. Disasters can come in many forms, including fires, floods, fraud, ransomware, cyber-attacks, power interruptions, system failures, human error, acts of terror and natural events like flash flooding and tornadoes amongst others.

Could your company survive without an IT system? IT is now a fundamental aspect of a business’ day-to-day operations; failing to plan ahead or deal with major system issues could have wide implications for your business. Many insurers now require businesses to have some form of Disaster Recovery or Business Continuity plan. Disaster Recovery (DR) generally relates to minimal down time and little or no loss of critical data; Business Continuity (BC) alternatively allows for longer down times and an element of data loss.

Disaster Recovery for your Business

Your disaster recovery plan must ensure that your entire business infrastructure can be recovered within the shortest time possible to minimise company downtime and disruption to turnover. Part of your plan must ensure that business-critical data, systems, desktops, servers and the entire infrastructure remains protected and recoverable.

Corbel has extensive knowledge in this sector and can offer a range of DR/BC solutions that are tailored to your specific requirements. As well as providing DR as a service (DRaaS), we have a number of fully-functional physical sites available that can act as relocation IT office suites; in the unfortunate event of a disaster, your staff can migrate to these suites and continue to function without interruption. Corbel will also provide replication of your information to one of our data centres. This can be achieved in several ways depending upon your individual DR or BC requirements. Corbel can offer full server or data only software replications of your IT servers; for full DR, continuous data replication is also available.