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NetCentral NAS Device can act as Emergency Server

Clare Computer Solutions' Network Attached Storage device not only stores backed up data, the device itself can become a virtual server if needed!

Disk to disk data backup, coupled with lower prices on offsite data archival is replacing disk-to-tape methodologies in the Small-to-Medium (SMB) size business world. As a result, competition among network-attached storage (NAS) devices is fierce.

Clare Computer Solutions has re-engineered the vision for data backup and disaster recovery (BDR) services for SMBs by rolling out their NetCentral Business Continuity Services, which feature the disk-to-disk-to-offsite data backup technology that SMBs want, but with a new twist.

With NetCentral Business Continuity Services, the NAS Device itself can become a virtual server if needed, which means a catastrophic server crash that would normally bring a business down for at least a full day, now would only mean an interruption of an hour or two.

The service is designed for Small-to-Medium sized business with Microsoft-based servers. More information about the NAS device and the service (including a demo video) may be found at

Clare Computer Solutions is offering a free month of services with new clients for the NetCentral Business Continuity Service.

Clare Computer Solutions is an IT network services and computer consulting firm serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1990.

Published Friday, August 22, 2008 6:03 AM by David Marshall
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