For more than two decades, the team at ITsupport.sg has been providing backup solutions for disaster recovery. That experience has culminated in the creation of Sync4DR, which stands for Synchronize for Disaster Recovery, an affordable data protection software used to replicate data from a Microsoft Windows-based PC, notebook, server and virtual server running on Hyper-V, to any Network Attached Storage (NAS) with rsync capability.
ITsupport.sg has been providing backup solution since the era of Digital Audio Tape and Digital Linear Tape; it has witnessed the evolution of the industry. Realizing that so many of their customers wanted simple backup solution for disaster recovery, ITsupport.sg has created a replication software that provides necessary replication requirements at a fraction of the cost.
Sync4DR is able to replicate user’s data, Outlook PST file when it is in use, and even virtual servers running on Hyper-V. Leveraging on Microsoft’s Volume Shadow Copy Service, Sync4DR is able to take snap shots and replicate data properly. Employing rsync, Sync4DR is able to efficiently replicate only the modified portion of the file, thus very efficient.
With Sync4DR, data is replicated hourly to the file server or directly to Network Attached Storage. Data on the NAS may then be replicated to an offsite NAS hosted at ITsupport.sg lab or any data center.
When disaster strikes, data can be retrieved immediately from the onsite NAS. The offsite NAS can be recalled to any designated disaster recovery site, ready to be used as soon as it is turned on!
Instead of spending thousands of dollars on a complicated backup system, it is only an introductory
Customers simply purchase, download and install the software. Register and activate the license and it is ready to go. Sync4DR supports anything running on Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012.
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