Research and advisory company Gartner, Inc. (Gartner) has recognized Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) company Bluelock
in its latest ‘Critical Capabilities for Disaster Recovery as a Service’ report. Bluelock, which has headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, specializes in services that enable companies to secure sensitive data in complex environments. The company helps companies mitigate risk through “highly resilient cloud services” including its Bluelock Recovery Assurance solution. Bluelock received significant recognition in Gartner’s report.
Gartner, which has headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, United States, specializes in delivering technology research and intelligence to the global technology business community. Its ‘Critical Capabilities for Disaster Recovery as a Service’ report assesses DRaaS offerings from service providers based on a range of critical capabilities. Bluelock received a score of ‘4.23’ for Mission-Critical Workload Recovery, ‘4.22’ for Extended Recovery Operations and Managed Service Failover, 4.20 for Managed Service Failover, and ‘4.08’ for Production and Application Data Recovery.
“Bluelock’s focus on delivering the best customer experience in the industry through the Bluelock Experience (BLX) has been central to our success,” suggested Bluelock’s CEO Christopher Clapp. “This experience is rich with insight, transparency and ultimately, results, which our clients depend on to protect and recover their valuable data and services to keep their businesses running smoothly.”Do you know of any other industry players winning recognition? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.