February 11, 2009 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web host Layered Technologies
has implemented R1Soft Continuous Data Protection (CDP), it was announced recently. The company, which bills itself as a leading worldwide provider of on-demand IT infrastructure, had added R1Soft CDP across its entire line of dedicated servers.
Protecting critical data is paramount for companies of all sizes, now more than ever, given the sophistication and volume of external threats today, explained Layered Techs Chief Information Officer (CIO), Mr. Terrance Bush. By expanding our portfolio of services with the CDP solution from R1Soft, Layered Tech is providing enterprise customers with even more peace of mind so they can apply their full focus to managing their business.
R1Softs data backup solution allows Layered Tech customers to benefit from near-continuous disk-to-disk data protection and restoration with minimal server performance impact. It does this by using imaging technology that tracks data changes at the disk sector level and making backups that take only seconds to minutes to complete. CDP operates with on Linux and Windows and is available through cPanel and Plesk control panels.
Data is regarded as mission-critical, yet weve found that a high percentage of companies dont have data backup and disaster recovery strategies in place, explained John Pozadzides, Chief Marketing Officer at Layered Tech. By adding data backup and restoration capabilities into the services we offer, we can further support our customers and we essentially give them a one-stop shop to acquire the data services necessary to ensure business continuity. With R1Softs CDP solutions, Layered Tech customers can be assured their data has the highest integrity during all backups and restoration. No company can afford a loss of data, so were very excited to offer an affordable and flexible solution to prevent such situations.
Layered Technologies offers managed dedicated hosting, on-demand virtualization/grid computing and other web services including ecommerce, software as a service (SaaS), and content distribution. Its customers range from leading-edge Web 2.0 startups, successful mid-sized enterprises, and some the worlds largest consultancy and integration firms.