Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Today DataChambers announced a further expansion of its managed backup services portfolio to include new support for businesses with IBM Tivoli© Storage Manager (TSM) software.
The new services are designed to help customers get the most out of their TSM investment. Backup specialists in the DataChambers Network Operations Center configure each client’s Tivoli infrastructure for comprehensive protection and optimal results, whether information is saved to a server, workstation, laptop or other device connected to a company’s network. DataChambers data storage engineers provide around-the-clock monitoring to make certain backups are completed successfully and correct any problems they uncover. Customers also have the option of replicating their encrypted backup files to a DataChambers bunkered storage area network (SAN) for added protection.
“Our objective is to help each organization achieve goals that likely drove the purchase of Tivoli in the first place,” says Nicholas Kottyan, CEO of DataChambers. “We help our clients reduce data storage requirements, improve their use of storage virtualization, streamline management and protect valuable data from the moment it is saved.”
To support growing demand for managed services, DataChambers recently added four new specialists to its Network Operations support team.
The increase in staffing and launch of new TSM services are part of an ongoing evolution of the DataChambers Managed Services portfolio. Most recently the company introduced a new “per node” pricing model for its DataStor Managed Backup Services. Clients are able to take advantage of a flat rate for each network node, regardless of the amount of data protected. There are no limits on data size or any charges for overages.
In addition, DataChambers is actively developing new cloud-based, ‘standby server’ solutions that leverage the company’s cloud computing and data protection expertise. Businesses will be able to restore data to servers on the DataChambers cloud infrastructure and rapidly resume operations after a crisis, regardless of the condition of their original hardware. Beta testing is expected to get underway later this year.
“As we evolve our managed backup services portfolio and build our team, our overriding objective is to offer clients flexible, affordable options,” Kottyan says. “We want them to be able to choose the precise level of support they need to fit both their business requirements and their budget.”
For more information on DataChambers managed backup services, visit http://www.datachambers.com/services/data-protection-and-backup.
DataChambers, headquartered in Winston-Salem, is a North State Communications company specializing in information technology services. We offer a full range of management and monitoring services, colocation and cloud solutions, and backup and recovery options. DataChambers is SSAE 16 Type II audited and meets rigorous national standards for safeguarding client systems and data. For more information, visit http://www.datachambers.com.