BDR – Backup Disaster Recovery

BDR – Backup Disaster Recovery, total backup solution for small and medium busiensses




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Responsible business owners want a powerful Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) solution. You want a way to deliver a highly reliable, highly scalable service that won’t cost thousands of dollars to get started or would hamstring your capable staff with routine activities.

Problem solved! With no upfront fees or license purchases, Computer Troubleshooters can implement a comprehensive BDR program in just a matter of days, not months, unlike what other similar solutions would require. And as a Computer Troubleshooters partner, you enjoy such benefits as:

  • Business scalability without a huge investment and without giving up control
  • No long-term commitment requirements
  • Flexibility to direct existing resources to more profitable and strategic priorities
  • Unsurpassed service to your clients under your own private brand

You’ll discover the easiest and most affordable way to provide your clients with speedy data, application and server restoration as well as the best way to rapidly resume business continuity in the event of a server crash or a disaster.

Provide your clients with a cost-effective way to ‘‘bullet-proof” their data

Computer Troubleshooters offers a comprehensive BDR solution for Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 servers. This reasonably priced, all-encompassing solution for small to midsize businesses provides:

  • Very frequent backups
  • Seamless off-site data storage
  • Multiple restore points
  • Standby server capabilities
  • Advanced restoration options (file and folder-level restorations) with Exchange message and mailbox recovery
  • Bare-metal restorations to dissimilar hardware

With its Instant Virtualization capability, in less than 30 minutes, Computer Troubleshooter’s unique network attached storage (NAS) device can be configured to function as a standby server if needed. This unique device can also replace management intensive, error-prone tape backups while providing much more. This new NAS-based technology performs data backup at the block level where the actual 1s and 0s are captured from the hard drive, essentially eliminating failures related to open files.

Because block-level data is raw information which is independent of the file structure formatting, it is the most efficient way to write to a disk. Database applications such as Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Exchange Server transfer data in blocks without having to worry if files are open and in use. Backups are performed as frequently as every 15 minutes, providing clients with much more numerous restoration points compared to traditional tape backups. Data is securely sent from the local NAS device to high-availability, redundant off-site co-location facilities. All aspects of the on-site and off-site solution are monitored around the clock by Computer Troubleshooters’ Network Operations Center (NOC).

A Clear Difference

Over half of tape backups will fail, so chances are that if you need to restore data from tape, you’ll be out of luck.

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