Standby Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery

Today, high availability is crucial to the operations of every organisation. In a disaster, you need to trust a platform that ensures business continuity until you can fall back to your primary site. TIMG’s standby infrastructure for disaster recovery service, offers organisations a near-continuous offsite replication environment so that you avoid costly downtime.


TIMG Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)

With Veeam Cloud Connect Replication, you can ensure complete availability of your mission-critical infrastructure with fast and secure cloud-based replication to TIMG. Have your servers replicated with dedicated resources on standby for reliable disaster recovery failover at any time. As a complete DRaaS solution, we host your off-site repositories, disaster recovery infrastructure and replicas.

| Leveraging Veeam’s award-winning platform, our solution ensures availability of your environment with standby copies of critical servers replicated to our data centre.  


Our offering means you do not need to invest in expensive hardware and software.

Remove Downtime

With backup, there’s a delay in service restoration however with TIMG disaster recovery quickly failover to standby infrastructure.

Network Mapping

Easily map production networks to the disaster recovery site for seamless partial and full failover.

Unlimited Scalability

Built-in scalability allows our platform to accommodate your data growth, so your information is always protected.

Data Security

Privacy by design means that only you and your team have access to your information.

| Our solutions ensure data protection and limited downtime, to provide rapid recovery options in the event of a disaster.


What are the benefits of including TIMG in your business continuity planning?

TIMG’s Standby Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery service offers comprehensive real-time protection for your production workloads. Our data protection consultants will work with you to achieve a solution that meets your requirements and budget constraints. We can also assist with any DR testing, DR reporting or compliance needs.

| Our engineering team will be front and center consulting with you to design a disaster recovery solution that fits your organisational needs.


Specialists in Standby Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery

Since launching our online backup offering in 2008, we have rapidly grown, becoming one of the largest ANZ based Veeam cloud service providers. TIMG has a global network of data centres that provide you with local and international data protection capabilities.

| With our industry leading design and Veeam-Powered technology, we tailor our data protection for Disaster Recovery to align with your business needs.


Automate your Disaster Recovery requirements so that you and your
team can focus on adding business value to your organisation.

OpenDiscover offers your staff secure access to a scalable data repository.

End-to-End Encryption

Protection for your confidential workloads in transit and at rest.

Disaster Recovery

Accelerated Failback Time

Failback to any site rapidly and efficiently whilst maintaining changes made during failover. Easy-to-use portal where you can manage failover and failback.


Automatically verify your DR replica restore points to ensure successful booting during failover. License Dependent – we can advise on the right license for your configuration.

On-Demand Sandbox

An isolated environment for testing VM replicas, training and troubleshooting.

For help planning your Data Protection for Disaster Recovery strategy, speak to our experts today.

Veeam-powered data protection solutions available across Australia and New Zealand

Call 1300 733 328 or click here to get in touch

RTO versus RPO

A robust data protection strategy should mean that your backed-up data is recoverable when you need it.
Typically, backup solutions concentrate on two factors – the Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and the
Recovery Point Objective (RPO).


The RTO sets the parameters for how long you are able to wait for data to be recovered. You need to be able to define the impact on your business of various wait times (60 minutes v 24 hours for instance) and set an RTO for various workloads.


The RPO defines how often you run backups. Quality of recovery will be impacted to an extent by the recency of the data recovered. If you set a backup for once every day, any recovered data could potentially be 23 hours 59 minutes out of date. Conversely, backing up every 15 minutes would place a huge load on systems and generate significant amounts of data. Determining the RPO allows you to make a trade-off between these aspects.