Power interruptions didn't phase us
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) May 6, 2010
Despite three days of storms and the worst flooding Nashville has seen in a century, CoreBanc reports that all systems performed perfectly.
"Power interruptions didn't phase us," says CoreBanc's president, Tim Tyler. "All UPS and generators performed without a hitch."
CoreBanc, which provides businesses comprehensive data solutions as a service, serves many clients in several Gulf States, including those in storm-ridden Florida. Dubbed CompleteCloud, CoreBanc's solution puts all costumers' applications, files, and processing on CoreBanc's cloud, without residing at customers sites. Since this is a service, it not only mitigates risks, but is vastly cheaper than traditional computing.
When disaster strikes, as it did locally with the Nashville flooding, many businesses are in danger of losing critical data, equipment, and even office space. "This is where cloud computing shines," says Tyler. "All CoreBanc cloud sessions are redundant and backed up - although that wasn't necessary for our clients during this storm."
CoreBanc's CompleteCloud is sold exclusively through their Preferred Partner program. Videos explaining CompleteCloud can be found on their website at http://www.completecloud.com
CoreBanc, a hosted computing firm based in the Nashville, Tennessee, provides a vast array of cloud computing services. Their premiere cloud bundle, branded "CompleteCloud™", provides hosted Windows 7 environment with business-critical applications, including hosted Exchange, hosted SharePoint and SQL, along with replication, backups and disaster recovery. CoreBanc's Service Level Agreements guarantee 99.995% uptime with "RTRA Support" (Real-Time, Right Answer Support™). CoreBanc's products and services are sold through a dynamic reseller program. Detailed information about CoreBanc can be found at http://www.completecloud.com.