READING, England, April 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
Zerto, an award-winning provider of cloud IT resilience
HBL ICT is an NHS organisation supplying foundation trusts in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, and Luton with leading IT solutions and services across a population of 1.5 million. After realising the 300 virtual-machine-strong architecture needed optimised disaster recovery, HBL ICT decided to reassess its environment and look for a solution that could help it offer uninterrupted services. After an evaluation of competitive products, HBL ICT selected Zerto to protect its virtualised infrastructure while keeping costs low, providing piece of mind and allowing the IT team to focus on more strategic projects.
"Doctors and their support staff rely on critical data and applications every day to treat their patients - there is no opportunity for downtime. Since the implementation of Zerto, we can confidently provide IT services to all of the GP surgeries and clinics who rely on us and in turn help them provide better patient care," said Phil Turnock, ICT Director at HBL ICT. "Implementing ZVR was easy, quick and the everyday management is minimal. What started as a disaster recovery plan has now helped us to improve our overall approach to IT."
Following the successful installation of Zerto, HBL ICT can provide industry-leading IT resilience, onboard new customers 90% faster and offer disaster recovery testing that's non-intrusive to normal operations. Internally HBL are also able to reduce their management overhead by 50%, allowing more freedom for strategic business objectives and creative projects, as well as significantly reducing recovery time objectives (RTO) from days to minutes.
"Every company we work with has mission-critical data and applications that they cannot work without, but in the healthcare industry the stakes are even higher. By helping HBL ICT ensure they can provide constant availability to their customers in the NHS, Zerto is supporting every patient that comes through the doors," said Peter Godden VP of EMEA at Zerto. "Zerto has become more than just business continuity software. Our software is transforming the ways in which our customers view their IT strategy by focusing on a proactive approach to uninterrupted business - which is especially important in the healthcare sector."
In 2015/16 NHS England began a multi-year £1 billion investment program, Primary Care Transformation Fund to support general practices to make improvements across a range of areas. Designed to target both physical and IT infrastructure, the scheme focuses heavily on technology and is linked to digital roadmaps for the NHS in local areas. The program, aimed at enhancing patient care and experience, will continue through 2019. The implementation of ZVR by HBL ICT is a good example of companies within the NHS system supporting this initiative and opting superior IT solutions.
In today's connected world, businesses need to be available to their customers, 24/7/365. Zerto provides cloud IT resilience solutions designed to ensure enterprises and their customers always have access to applications without any IT interruption, downtime or delay. Zerto's award-winning Cloud Continuity Platform, protecting thousands of enterprises worldwide, is a simple and reliable business continuity and disaster recovery software solution built to protect applications on virtualized IT environments, be it public, private or hybrid cloud. Zerto's proactive approach to recovery gives companies confidence in their ability to withstand disruptions, incorporate new technology easily, and quickly adapt to accommodate evolving IT priorities. Learn more at http://www.zerto.com.
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