Furnishing Data Protection

October 12, 2005

[From Small Business Computing]

Many small businesses rely just as heavily on information technology as large enterprises, yet too few bother to implement plans or technology for protecting their systems and data against disaster. What would happen if your servers went down, or you lost data for some other reason? How much business would you lose? How much productivity? How much credibility with customers?

Companies that understand the importance of information systems are starting to take steps to protect their data assets. EvensonBest LLC, a New York-based contract office furniture reseller and installer, is a good case in point. The company recently installed software from Xosoft, a vendor of "business continuity" solutions. EvensonBest is using two Xosoft programs — WANsyncHA (the HA stands for High Availability) and Data Rewinder.

The article continues at http://smallbusinesscomputing.com/biztools/article.php/3555666








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