State of the Art Database Disaster Recovery and Online Backup Technology Updated at Revamped CRC DataProtection Website

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The newest advancements in database disaster recovery and online backup technology are being offered by CRC DataProtection at its revamped website.

CRC DataProtection announces its newly revamped website offering the latest in database disaster recovery and online backup technology.

CRC DataProtection delivers secure, affordable solutions for businesses concerned with database protection, protection of file systems, message level backup of enterprise email servers, bare-metal-restores, and regulation compliance. CRC DataProtection’s services allow small, medium and enterprise-class organizations to quickly restore critical data in the event of a server disaster, and continue operating with minimal or no business disruption.

“Many businesses, both large and small, still use old tape technology to protect one of their most critical assets -- their data,” says Robert Gerace of CRC DataProtection. “With recent disasters such as 9-11 and Katrina, it really points out the need for businesses to use state of the art database protection.”

Safeguarding data in a large enterprise environment is a challenge, particularly across remote office networks that may include hundreds of machines and wireless laptops. CRC delivers complete online backup protection of critical data across distributed computing environments. Enterprises operating at multiple sites such as divisions, retail stores, or branch offices are able to significantly improve the reliability and efficiency of backup procedures while simplifying and streamlining those procedures.

CRC DataProtection delivers:

  • Automated, offsite backup of business data
  • All backups completed to disk -- eliminating tape based failures
  • Increased productivity with lowered backup windows
  • Economical, tiered long-term data storage
  • Quicker restoration of data following a disaster
  • Message-Level Restore
  • Continuous Data Protection
  • Guaranteed recovery
  • Monthly consulting to ensure continuous protection even as data changes
  • Backup Life Cycle Management to ensure all data remains protected at a cost equal to its current value

Companies of all sizes and industries share the need to protect critical business data, and to do so in a cost-efficient manner. Small and medium size businesses (SMBs) have many common objectives with larger enterprises when it comes to protecting critical data, but because of cost and manpower restraints, significant distinctions exist in the scope of SMB and Enterprise data protection requirements and present SMBs with unique challenges.

CRC DataProtection Enterprise Database Disaster Recovery is a comprehensive online data protection solution that addresses the needs of SMBs while simultaneously eliminating excessive costs incurred by outdated tape backup technology.

In addition, CRC assures businesses are fully compliant. Given recent directives like Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and HIPAA, business managers can face personal liability for mishandling data or not being able to produce data. CRC DataProtection’s compliance engineers will analyze a company’s specific needs to customize a data protection solution that is compliant with current laws and regulations. Whether the business is in the healthcare, pharmaceutical or financial industries, CRC can make sure that a company’s data policies are compliant.

To top it off, CRC takes pride in providing world class support services to all of its clients. The CRC support staff is comprised of highly trained, highly capable, customer-centered professionals. Support is available 24/7, 365 days a year.

About CRC DataProtection

Every day more than 800 companies rely on CRC DataProtection to safeguard their critical business data with state of the art online backup technology and database disaster recovery. With more than two decades of experience in information management and security, CRC DataProtection is an expert in mission-critical data operations.


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