Need More Reliability?

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For business computer systems, more reliability equals stable availability. When your computers, servers, security appliances, connections, and data are all available and healthy your business can move forward, not come to a screeching halt. Let TRG build more reliability into your company network.

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By allowing TRG to manage your data backups and data recovery, you can be certain that your critical data will never be lost. Businesses rely on their data, so don’t risk losing all that you’ve worked hard for. Build more reliability with a secure backup and recovery plan.

Cloud hosting will provide redundancy for your local system. If your network, or a component in your system fails, TRG will have fail-over services in place to bring a redundant system or component online – within minutes, for a reliable network that you can count on.

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Redundancy

Redundancy is an important best-practice in business technology. It means that all of your critical services are available in two locations, or can be restored in an alternate location or appliance. For instance, a business should never have a single point of failure (like a data base server) without an up-to-date backup copy and a virtual server in the Cloud for quick recovery. Likewise, if your Internet Service Provider line was lost, you should have a second ISP line available.

Co-location of your entire system in your satellite office, or in TRG’s cloud, is like having a whole backup network at your fingertips. With virtualization we can prepare a warm-site for your business continuity success.

Allowing TRG to host selected services, like email or website, means reducing the pressure on your local system. Less pressure equals greater throughput and fewer glitches and crashes. All of our hosted services are redundantly created, so that they can quickly be recovered. Letting TRG host your email and company website also gives you a safer internal network, by removing the two most popular attack vectors. And safer networks are more reliable networks.

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