Disaster Prevention &
Recovery with Continuous Data Protection
Data is the lifeblood of every company, but data recovery procedures are often overlooked until a disaster arrives...
Consider this report from the University of Texas Center for Research on Information Systems. Of the companies that lose their data in a disaster:
90% are out of business within two years...
At Rayzor's Edge we offer you peace of mind with the following solutions for
continuous data protection:
Nearly 50% never reopen their doors at all after the disaster!
EqualLogic PS Series iSCSI Storage Arrays
As a EqualLogic Channel Partner
and Authorized Reseller, Rayzor's Edge offers businesses data storage
consolidation, with enterprise class options such as Snapshots, Volume Copy and
Replication (LAN, MAN or WAN) included with all models. Using standard Gigabit
Ethernet transport, the EqualLogic PS Series Storage Array consistently
outperforms competitor models in
independent laboratory testing.
Series storage array comes with fully redundant
and fault-tolerant hardware. Additional arrays can be seamlessly
integrated to offer a scalable storage grid
of over 100 terabytes.
Disk-to-Tape, Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape, Online Backup and Data Recovery Options
These options depend on many factors,
The amount of data to be protected
How often a backup is required
Do employees work in shifts
Is a responsible person available to change tapes
How many backup copies are to be retained
And other factors, including budget constraints
Rayzor's Edge can design a data
protection plan based on your answers to these questions. Once a solution is in
place, we will test the system often, to verify data is captured and can be
restored when needed.
Consider these items:
If you could not access your data one morning, what would you do? How long can you afford to be without access to your data? How long would it take to get your critical systems back online?
How would your customers react?
Do you know where your software program CD's are located? Are they all in one place or scattered? Are they protected from theft or fire? Would you know what programs to restore and what security permissions to assign?
Are you 100% certain that your tape backups are functioning properly and archiving all your data? Are any employees storing business data on their hard drive instead of the network? Do you know how old your tapes are and when they are due to expire? If someone deleted the wrong file, how would you get it back? Have you performed a test to restore files from a tape recently?
If you cannot answer these questions with confidence, give us a call and let
us help you put a verifiable plan in place to secure your data and resources.