Cloud Disaster Recovery

Cloud Disaster Recovery

PACS downtime due to unforseen circumstances would wreak havok on your organisation, grinding departments to a halt, putting patient lives at risk, and leaving you exposed to damages and finacial penalties.

This year alone, we have seen multiple NHS Trusts being hit by hardware failures, local system viruses and ransomware - costing £ millions, inconveniencing thousands of patients and risking lives.

Cimar’s cloud based Disaster Recovery is the low-cost, secure alternative that allows health organisations the peace of mind that in the event of an unplanned disaster, practice can continue as normal.

Our cloud DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) backs up data offsite, in highly secure, triple redundant locations - giving you 24/7 access to your data using existing PACS and infrastructure should it be required.


Practice Continuity

With 24/7 access to data, your workflow and patient management will continue as normal using existing hardware whilst IT issues are resolved



Hosted on military grade infrastructure and with banking-level security, your data is protected with the very latest in data protection standards, including proprietary split-merge technology .


Reduce Delays

To ensure that normal clinical operations continue without interruption, users can log into Cimar and access all studies and reports instantly via workstation, PC, MAC or mobile.

Intelligent Retention Rules

Stay compliment with UK Data Protection and retention rules automatically, with auto-purge rules eliminating the need for manual deletion and reducing storage requirements.


Low Cost

Traditional DR solutions are costly to purchase and to maintain, which is often why many health organisations don't have sufficient back-up. Cimar’s Cloud DR eliminates capital expenditure and you only ever pay for the storage you use.

N3 Infrastructure

The use of strict role-based permissions and rules for access, plus the unique N3 infrastructure developed in conjunction with UK Cloud means your patient data is as safe in the cloud as on-site, and in many cases much safer.