Business information backups for quick disaster recovery in Indiana
| 06.11.2007 | 08:25:56 | Views: 2670 | ID:
June 11 '07: In Fort Wayne, Indiana a local internet service provider and storage company is now offering backup services for companies so that they can restore their computer systems after a disaster, the Journal Gazette reported. The company, called the Indiana Data Center partnered with New York Binomial to provide the technology.
Binomial's "Phoenix" software, the Gazette reported "provides a template for restoring business functions after a disaster." IDC founder Stan Adams told the Fort Wayne paper that having the software available to local businesses after a disaster is essential in maintaining the community's continuity.Ease of use is essential as well so that the ability "to fill in and customize for your needs is very, very helpful." Currently, the IDC sells the backup software for $1,300 without consulting services. Other similar companies told the Gazette they would advise businesses hiring a consultant to help draft response backup and restoration plans. During an emergency IDC "can transfer clients' computer networks and phone line[s] to its office ... That would allow a company's information technology network to continue operating," the Gazette reported.
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