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N.A.P.L.E.S. Data Storage & Disaster Recovery

N.A.P.L.E.S. Data Storage & Disaster Recovery

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  • Company environment Platinum History -managed services company focusing on 5-100 users with 1-10 servers -Hardware, Software, installation and support Con
  • Company environment Platinum History -managed services company focusing on 5-100 users with 1-10 servers -Hardware, Software, installation and support Con
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    • 1. Disaster Prevention and Recovery
    • 2.  
    • 3. Potential Solution? Proactive Real Time Network Monitoring Reactive Backup and Disaster Recovery Real Solutions for Real Needs !
    • 4. What’s the Cost? (Gartner research)
      • Most Businesses that experience a major loss of data go out of business.
        • 43% never reopen
        • 51 % fail within 24 months.
      • What defines a “Major Loss”
        • E-Mail -- Compliance Data
        • Loss of accounting data -- Employee Records
        • Client Files -- Contracts
    • 5. E-Mail vulnerability (Dell research)
      • 75% of all companies are expected to have a major e-mail outage
      • 14% of all companies will experience an unplanned outage
      • More than 55% of all unplanned outages will last 6 hours or more – When will it happen?
      • 41% of all companies experience monthly e-mail outages lasting at least 30 minutes
    • 6. Consequences of loss range greatly (Dell research)
      • Health Care Provider lost $3 Million during an 8 hour outage
      • Law Firm confirmed losing $100,000 per hour for a 4 hour outage
      • 5 Financial Firms were fined a total of $8.25 Million for e-mail failures
    • 7. Business Continuity Solutions
    • 8. Causes of Catastrophic Data Loss
      • Natural Disaster
      • Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Micro-bursts
      • Floods & Infrastructure Failures
      • Fires
      • Lightning
      • Power Surges
      • Man-made Disaster
      • Viruses, Mal-Spyware
      • Theft, external & internal
      • Hardware damaged
      • Software corrupted
      • Human error
      Are You Ready?
    • 9. Causes of Catastrophic Data Loss
      • Cost of IT System failure far exceeds the cost of repair & recovery
        • Lost receivables
        • Employee time to re-enter data
        • Financial performance penalties levied by regulatory agencies or contract SLAs
        • $20 Million annual revenue equates to $10,000 per hour of lost productivity – without penalties!
      • *It is not IF the system breaks, but WHEN
    • 10. A 1,000 Foot View Network Operations Center Secondary Data Center Primary Data Center
    • 11. Solution Details
      • A Microsoft Windows Server only - no desktops
        • Set up network shares for critical desktop info
      • A NAS is required at each end-client location
      • Block Level Backups vs. File-level
        • Eliminates costly backup software and agents.
      • Incremental Forever Methodology-near real-time backup (every 15 minutes).
      • Security -256 AES Encryption on NAS and off-site
    • 12. Restoration
        • Restoration
          • Include all servers with critical data or used for remote access
        • Data available for restoration
          • Applications
          • File folders
          • Data files
          • SQL Database
          • Exchange Database
          • Individual e-mail messages
    • 13.  
    • 14. Virtualization
      • Bare metal virtualization on dissimilar hardware
      • No need to keep array of different format tape drives for restoration of archived data
      • Conversion from backup to virtual server in 20 minutes
      • In the event of catastrophe, data is accessible via virtual machine until a new network is made available. Data can be restored by imaging the BDR at the data center and shipped overnight to your location
      • For security purposes, your data will never be hosted, only stored at the co-location facility. Encryption without the key, is not accessible
    • 15. Data Tape Issues
      • Costly backup software
      • Loss of Data
        • Tapes not taken off-site
        • Lost Tapes
        • System not checked to see if backups are working
        • Will not backup open files
      • Lengthy data restores
      • Tape incompatibility with archived data – Legacy equipment
      • Disk is cheap – Tape Systems are not
        • Modern server disk capacity has outgrown tape capabilities