Web Host Server Intellect Adds R1Softs Continuous Data Protection Solution
January 13, 2009
January 13, 2009 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web host Server Intellect has added R1Softs Continuous Data Protection solution to its 1,200 servers, it was announced recently. The company, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with triple competency including Hosting Solutions, chose CDP because of its robust nature and a range of features that include open file backups and the ability to help centralize and streamline administration through the flexibility provided by the Service Provider API.
We are excited to announce one of the largest Windows deployments being protected by R1Soft to date with Server Intellect, announced R1Soft Vice President, David Wartell. R1Soft CDP will provide them with the reliable backups and fast disaster recovery they require to protect their clients mission critical data.
Server Intellects new service allows dedicated and VPS clients to login to the backup Web server and restore their backups from anywhere in the world. Seven offsite databases backups are done daily alongside a local copy generated every 3 hours. The system allows Server Intellect customers to easily restore any database from up to 7 days prior, or as early as up to 3 hours.
Data Protection has always been one of our top priorities, and by partnering with R1Soft we can now offer high-performance backups. CDP was implemented to provide our clients servers the best and least CPU intensive backup solution possible, explained Server Intellects CEO, Eric Pratt. With a true block-level backup and data integrity verification, we can offer our clients a solution that will give them added security of knowing their data is being protected.
Founded in 2003 and located in Orlando, Florida, USA, Server Intellect is a subsidiary of Client Intellect, Inc. and a provider of advanced Windows-based shared, VPS, application and dedicated web hosting solutions. The companys customers include Fortune 500 companies such as Wal-mart and American Express.
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