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STORServer offers disaster recovery consultation services
STORServer announced that they will be offering disaster recovery consulting services to assist customers with preparing and testing for disaster recovery situations. They will be offering three types of DR services to their customers: Disaster recovery planning and support, disaster recovery onsite testing and disaster recovery first response. They will also provide installation, configuration, support and health check services.
Strategic Resources chooses DR/BC service from BlueBridge Networks
BlueBridge Networks announced that Strategic Resources chose to use their disaster recovery/business continuity service. Strategic Resources chose BlueBridge Networks' secondary site program because it's able to mitigate risk and quickly recover data from a disaster, an important feature for Strategic Resources because they offer software-as-a-service (SaaS) to their customers.
Texon chooses Certeon at data replication site for disaster recovery
Certeon announced that Texon selected Certeon's aCelera Sync virtual appliance for its disaster recovery/business continuity environment. Texon installed aCelera Sync at its data center and remote replication site in order to decrease replication time without increasing bandwidth. According to Certeon, aCelera Sync uses wide-area network (WAN) optimization technology to reduce remote application response time, therefore gaining quicker recovery times, which can be beneficial for business continuity and disaster recovery efforts.
Mississippi Baptist Heath Systems implements Symantec storage software for DR
Symantec Corp. announced that Mississippi Baptist Heath Systems (MBHS) is using Symantec storage, data backup and data archiving software for data backup and disaster recovery purposes.
In order to ensure all of their patient records were secure and easily accessible, MBHS went through a four-phase effort to upgrade its data storage infrastructure. These phases included consolidating their hospital data on a disk storage system, backing up and archive data that was previously spread out among five different tape libraries, implementing a Veritas Cluster Server for failover capabilities, and creating a disaster recovery data center.
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