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Backup, Recovery, Archiving

Growing Pains?

Companies have always experienced a bit of discomfort with the explosion of data growth, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), diverse and mobile computing platforms, shrinking backup and recovery windows, and increasing regulations.  The cost of downtime continues to rise and service level visibility is lacking, to say the least.  And the result?  Costly, complex, oh-so-slow and labor-intensive backup and recovery systems that often leave an organization exposed with incomplete data backups and increased risk.

 So, How Can OST Help?

It’s time to get lean and mean. Bring on OST’s recovery-centric, comprehensive data backup services that help our clients maximize performance, cost, and agility, and reduce risk. We’ll address three tiers of data backup and recovery:

  • Loss by deletion or corruption – needs to be recovered very quickly, but doesn’t need to be retained too long

  • For forensic, audit, or compliance purposes – quick recovery is not required here, but data does need to stick around for longer periods of time

  • Data and systems in the event of a disaster – requires site-level recovery for integrated data sets

OST’s crack squad provides a complete set of consulting, deployment, and operational services and makes vendor-independent recommendations based on each customer’s unique needs.

Why OST?

Whether it is in the cloud, on-prem, or a combination, we’ll make stellar, vendor-independent recommendations based on your business needs.  We’re here to help you:

  • Rethink your recovery strategy

  • Identify your ultimate end-game

  • Choose a path to get there

  • Implement and manage the solution over time

  • Reduce cost, maximize performance, and dial down the risk

  • Leverage the cloud in “as a Service” (aaS) models for complete coverage

Why Now?

Good question.  It’s time to think about your recovery strategy if you are:

  • Considering a mobility initiative, storage upgrade/refresh, cloud, expanding your virtualization infrastructure, or changing enterprise server platforms

  • Building custom applications

  • Creating new or lower cost disaster recovery strategies

  • Trying unsuccessfully to recover data

There are a number of new solutions available out there that make this a smart time to look at your recovery strategy. Among these are remote data backup services including The “Cloud,” which provides less expensive bandwidth, de-duplication, multi-terabyte disk storage, better governance/retention policies, and broad-based virtualization.