Remote Offsite Data Management - RDM for the Small Office
clients never even think about having to say “Gee, if I had
provides a complete package of services for $150.00 per
month, less than a lunch per day, for small
business customers that includes
Fully automated file
transfers to PRVNAS
setup fees, transfer fees or varying storage fees for up
to 10 gigabytes
Retention of your data for 2 months (our competitors
offer 1 month)
24/7 access to your data
We’ve NEVER had a file restoration failure!
Software installation and training on your equipment if
you need it
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Call us at 678.560.2505
or email our Sales Dept.
clients have to have?
Internet connection with more “pipeline” than a dial-up
line. DSL, T1, cable modem, or ISDN.
compression, encryption, and transmission scheduling
has state of the art equipment and software partners in
the industry. Should you need it, we can get it for
will determine your needs when we visit your office.
A Survey’s Results….. the
top reasons given for backing up data are
to recover from a disaster
your sanity, your time, your digital patient history,
your practice, and yes, money too, and sleeping
like a baby, worry-free about your data’s safety
livelihood and your investments in time and data
we put our data in fate's hands each day?
One big reason is that it
just costs too much to protect the data. When it comes
right down to it, though, protecting your valuable computer
data is easy, quick and inexpensive, especially when
compared to the costs of lost data. These costs will vary
depending on whether you’re protecting just one PC or an
entire network; a single workstation versus a far-flung,
diverse, or remote workforce.
Consider the costs of
restoring critical information after data loss. Estimates
of the cost of downtime range from $5,000 to over $1 million
per hour, according to Datamation information services. The
typical manufacturing operation, for example, has downtime
costs of $28,000 per hour. The estimated average across
industries is $82,000 per hour. Other cost estimates from
$50,000 per million bytes
to re-create data
$18,000 per hour in downtime costs for PC Local Area
$75,000 per hour in downtime costs for Unix networks
not every business is a giant….
For a single PC or a
smaller network, the dollar costs are not as extravagant,
but are even more costly from psychological and emotional
viewpoints. These days computers are a part of every
day life, filled with memories, things we need to know, from
people we love to our financial lives. How many digital
pictures of the grandkids or the smile of a recent graduate
could be replaced? Your past year’s billings? Income tax
These PCs also have higher
costs associated with a data disaster because they are vital
to producing the income stream. It can be deadly when the
revenue stream dries up, even for only a day. According to
a report from the University of Wisconsin, of the
companies that lose their data in a disaster, most of
which are small companies:
29% are out of business
within two years...
Nearly 43% never reopen
their doors at all after the disaster!