“Our vision is to be the most trusted data protection provider.”
Infrascale provides comprehensive, cloud-based data protection by delivering industry-leading backup and disaster recovery solutions. It removes the barriers and complexity of secure, offsite data storage, and standby infrastructure for real-time disaster recovery by equipping customers with the confidence to handle the unexpected.
The company was founded in 2011.
Infrascale Cloud Application Backup: As organizations deploy more SaaS applications for collaboration and critical business activities, managing and protecting cloud-based data becomes increasingly important. The leading SaaS providers only allow retention and recovery of deleted data for a limited time: Dropbox: 120 days; Microsoft: 90 days; Google: 30 days; Salesforce: 15 days; and Box: 14 days. Afterwards, the data is gone forever! And administrators have no control to recover.
With Infrascale Cloud Application Backup (ICAB), SaaS data is always protected and always available on your time. Infrascale provides unlimited SaaS data backup history – mitigating the risk of data loss from human error, data corruption, malware/ransomware, and gaps in retention policy.
Infrascale Cloud Backup: With growing remote workforces, increasing threats of ransomware, and expanding compliance needs, the risk to endpoints (laptops, desktops, and mobile devices) has never been higher. IT departments cannot keep up and the bad guys know it! Malware and ransomware attacks have exploded. IT administrators need a backup and recovery solution they can rely on to combat these threats. A business falls victim to a ransomware attack every 14 seconds, and the average payment is $84,116. Despite these statistics, one in five SMB leaders said they do not currently have a data backup or disaster recovery solution in place. Every company needs a secure, simple to conﬁgure, and easy to manage endpoint data protection solution. Infrascale Cloud Backup (ICB) safeguards your most critical data and fulfills backup and retention requirements.
Infrascale Backup & Disaster Recovery: Whether server crash, human error, malicious activity, or natural disaster, a localized or site-wide incident means unanticipated costs or unplanned downtime – both that come with a price! According to Gartner, the average cost of downtime across all industry sectors is $5,600 per minute. That is around $300,000 per hour!
Oﬀsite data backup is simply not enough – data does not operate by itself. To keep your business running, the critical servers and business processes that manage your data must also be recovered. Infrascale Backup & Disaster Recovery (IBDR) is a hybrid cloud disaster recovery solution that helps mitigate the downtime caused by server crashes, ransomware attacks, or natural disasters. IBDR does this through simple and fast backup and restore of files and folders, or full server and virtual machine failover and failback.
With Infrascale Backup & Disaster Recovery, your data is always protected and always available, when you need it.
Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS): Disaster Recovery (DR-as-a-Service) should not cost a fortune. But it should recover like it did. Every company deserves rapid failover without all the hardware and complexity. With Infrascale, you decide how you want to deploy failover for your business. The company’s DRaaS solution is delivered as a physical and virtual appliance and includes DR software and flexible cloud storage targeting.
Ransomware Mitigation: The number one threat polluting enterprise networks is ransomware. When you’re infected with ransomware—you have two choices: pay the ransom or recover data from a clean backup. With that said, when infected by ransomware, your first line of defense is having a backup and DR plan in place.
Backup for Servers & Applications: Every company deserves the kind of protection multi-billion dollar corporations have (but without the hefty price tag). Infrascale backs-up server three ways: direct-to-cloud, on-premises appliances, or hybrid.
Give your Data the Best Cloud Archive Wingman: You never know when old data might become mission-critical, right? Whether it is meeting regulatory requirements or following good data protection practices, adopting a cloud archiving solution is the most affordable way to keep your data available. Besides, as your company moves into different industries, you want a cloud-archiving solution that lets you easily comply with federally mandated requirements. And security? Infrascale is on it.
Move to the Cloud with Confidence: You spend so much money and resources securing the perimeter of your business, why leave your data unprotected during failover, backup, and archiving? It’s why Infrascale has built in triple-layer encryption so you can move to the cloud with advanced security.
Laptop and Mobile Device Protection: The rise of the mobile workforce has made it challenging for IT to protect data that is created outside of the firewall. Simplifying data protection for laptops and mobile devices begins with providing backup to your mobile workforce, and giving IT one place to manage all of their device’s data protection needs. That’s where Infrascale comes in.
Infrascale | CEO
Russell P Reeder: Russ is a 25+ year tech, sales, product and branding executive. His hi-tech background ranges from start-up ventures to Fortune 500 giants like Oracle and his first programming job at Mobil Oil. Russ has managed high-growth global organizations that have transformed industries and consistently drives customer-centric performance and product innovation at scale. Leveraging his technical background combined with his successful sales and cloud industry knowledge, Russ has the unique ability to drive global growth while maintaining a diverse, fun, and strong work culture.
Prior to Infrascale, Russ led OVHcloud’s growth into the US. OVHcloud US successfully launched in the US, acquired vCloud Air from VMware and built two additional data centers to bring the total to 30 data centers globally. Russ also led the premium cloud hosting company, MediaTemple (mt), where he was responsible for the company’s global sales growth, brand, strategic direction, culture, and operational execution. Russ helped lead the sale of MediaTemple (mt) to GoDaddy where he stayed on the GoDaddy executive team to help transform GoDaddy and prepare for their IPO.
Throughout his career and his life beyond business, Russ has been an attentive student of innovation that drives change. He continues to hone and apply a leadership philosophy first inspired by his grandfather and then his professional mentors.
Russ holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, Computer Decision Support Systems from James Madison University’s College of Business, and has completed the HBS President’s Program in Leadership (PPL) from Harvard Business School.