Following the devastating Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria affecting regions in Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, Zadara Storage has dedicated storage resources to help businesses recover. Businesses who have lost their data storage to the destruction of the hurricanes are provided with six months of storage to replace their damaged equipment at no cost.
Thousands of businesses have been affected by the recent natural disasters, and as a result, normal business operations may come to a halt. Without access to mission critical data, such as financial systems, customer information, or human resource directories, companies lose precious time waiting upon lengthy insurance claim processes.
Instead, Zadara Storage has acted quickly to alleviate delays by offering immediate disaster relief in two methods: in the cloud or on-premises.
Zadara Storage On-Premises — Zadara Storage sends storage equipment to a business’s data center to begin restoration with the goal of becoming operational as quickly as possible.
Zadara Storage In the Cloud — Zadara Storage also provides an “In the Cloud” solution which connects to one of Zadara’s public cloud partners (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure). Businesses can restore their data to Zadara Storage’s enterprise cloud environment and directly connect to public cloud compute.
“Our team was troubled by the incredible destruction of these storms and we want to help,” said Nelson Nahum, CEO and co-founder of Zadara Storage. Nahum explains that although Zadara Storage does not have huge resources to offer, they are doing their part to alleviate some of the disaster that businesses have experienced. Nahum concludes, “The cost for storage and IT infrastructure is considerable, and businesses shouldn’t wait until insurance claims clear. We can help now.”
Impacted organizations can request assistance from Zadara Storage online and begin the restoration of their IT infrastructure. Zadara Storage is offering up to 1PB of Cloud and/or On-Premises-as-a-Service storage, at no-charge for six months. Additional details can be found here. Companies can end the service after the six months, no questions asked.