After nearly six months in research and due diligence,
The main purpose of the Cloud Suite is to protect businesses from data loss due to man-made issues (fire, theft, accidents, etc.), natural disasters (flood, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc.), or server outages, and get them back on their feet in a fraction of the time of other solutions available today. NSA's focus and client commitment is providing the most user friendly, responsive, and intuitive cloud recovery system on the market. More focus was put into making sure the product could adequately protect businesses from the trials of sudden disasters.
Speaking of the new cloud computing tools,
NSA's Cloud Suite takes virtual images of client servers, operating systems, applications, and other vital company data, and caches it into an onsite appliance, which sends encrypted images to the cloud. Whether the main physical server is down or not, NSA's Cloud Suite solution can give a company access to its data within minutes. NSA's Cloud Suite gives businesses the tools they need to back up, monitor and access their data quickly and easily.
Providing clients with complete data protection in a simple web interface, no matter what the situation, is the main benefit of using the new NSA Computer Exchange cloud computing system. Cloud Suite mitigates risks that come with doing business in the digital age. "Even when a server is down, there will be no downtime for the business, as it is running from the cloud suite," VanPutte said. "With just a simple click, the NSA Cloud Suite solution lets you restore lost data in minutes, not days, weeks or even months like other solutions. This clearly minimizes risks and hazard costs."
NSA Computer Exchange has been in the business of solving problems and providing solutions for wholesale distributors across the country since 1984.
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