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Dedicated Servers Offer Protected Data Storage Solutions
By Erin Monda, TMCnet Contributor
Secured Servers, a major player in dedicated server hosting and IP transit services, has introduced new backup and storage solutions designed to safeguard the increasing amounts of data vital to today’s businesses.
“It’s critical in today’s environment to have a solid backup option in place for data. When you consider how much time could be lost if anything ever happened, not to mention the potential financial impacts, the benefits of a protected storage solution become apparent,” said Mark Greenspan, vice president of secured servers, in a statement.
Officials with Secured Servers said that the company offers four different backup and storage solutions, to enable businesses and entrepreneurs to select the one best suited to their respective needs.
Company officials said that a stand-alone option featuring R1Soft’s Continuous Data Protection software is available for those that already have a dedicated server, and for a more integrated solution, R1Soft’s application can be bundled in with a new Secured Servers dedicated server.
Conversely, separate stand-alone and bundled solution storage options are available that do not feature R1Soft.
“We wanted to give clients the flexibility to determine what setup works best. Either way, they can enjoy added peace of mind knowing their data is backed up and protected,” added Greenspan.
Back in March, Secured Servers had announced the launch of its new and improved website.
A variety of dedicated servers and hosting solutions is available through the new Secured Servers site, which features an integrated online ordering system to streamline the provisioning process and help get clients’ solutions deployed faster.
Erin Monda recently graduated from W.C.S.U. with a degree in professional writing. She primarily writes about network technologies, including cloud computing, virtualization and network optimization, however she also has a focus on E911 technologies and legislation.
Edited by Erin Monda