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|Infrascale Named a Leader by Gartner in 2017 Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery As A Service|
|Posted: Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:06:44 AM|
June 21, 2017/by infrascale
Infrascale also received the highest scores for customers with low complexity environments in the 2017 DRaaS Critical Capabilities Report.
LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 22, 2017 – Infrascale, a leading provider of cloud-based disaster recovery solutions, today announced that is has been named a Leader in Gartner’s June 2017 Magic Quadrant for Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS).
Infrascale was evaluated among 23 vendors based on a broad set of criteria including scoring emphasis’ such as degree of vendor focus, security, compliance & global reach, and value for the money. The Gartner Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors within a particular market segment based on their completeness of vision and their ability to execute on that vision. This is the second consecutive year Infrascale has been included in the report.
In addition to be named a Leader in the Magic Quadrant, Infrascale received the highest scores for “Low Complexity Customer Environments” and second-highest scores for “Medium Complexity Customer Environments” in Gartner’s June 2017 Critical Capabilities for Disaster Recovery as a Service Report. This report evaluated the 24 vendors across fifteen critical capabilities to help IT leaders determine which DRaaS vendors offer products that align with their organization’s recovery needs.
“We believe moving from a Visionary in last year’s Magic Quadrant to a Leader speaks to our unwavering commitment to eradicate downtime and data loss by delivering fast and affordable system failover,” said Ken Shaw Jr., founder and CEO of Infrascale. “We believe our leadership position in this Magic Quadrant demonstrates that we are uniquely positioned to deliver the best possible DRaaS solution to organizations of all sizes.”
According to the report, “As stated in the 2016 iteration of this Magic Quadrant, DRaaS is now a mainstream offering. In fact, Gartner estimates it to be a $2.02 billion business currently, and it is expected to reach $3.73 billion by 2021. Yet, just because it is mainstream does not make it less complex for potential customers to choose which offering is best for them.”