any business, data is extremely important as
it cannot be reproduced. Company data is accumulated
over the years. It can be your sales record,
invoice or even supplier and client contacts.
Loss of data generates monetary loss of billions
each day around the world, and causes many businesses
to shut down.
Backup is the last protection against disasters.
With our support, you can choose from our variety
of solutions that fit your business requirement.
Our proposed backup server, equipment and software
can help you to minimize your down time and protect
you against data losses.
Arrays of Inexpensive Disks -
What is RAID ?
(Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks) is
a category of disk drives that employs two
or more drives in combination for fault tolerance
and performance. It helps to increase disk
performance when CPU and memory development
With parity check, data is safe even when one
of the disk within RAID fails, RAID rebuilds
as soon as the faulty drive is replaced.
How many type of RAID?
There are many types of RAID: RAID 0, RAID 1
RAID 0+1, RAID 3, RAID 4 and RAID 5. The more
commonly used ones are RAID0, RAID 3 and RAID
5. The type of services that server is providing
determines which type of RAID is best used.
Advantage of RAID
Fault tolerance, high performance, fast data
transfer, large capacity and easy to maintain.
Tape Backup Solution
In the early days of backup technology, tapes
play an important role. The increase of bandwidth
and data makes backup system even more important.
The larger sized tapes used in the past is slow
with less mobility which causes management issues.
In the past, tapes sizes are often huge. The
speed is slow and the capacity is small. This
has now been replaced by today¡¦s tapes. These
tapes are in cartridge size, with format such
as 4mm, 8mm and DLT. It provides a much larger
capacity, high speed and automated solution for
small firm to large enterprises.
Attached Storage - NAS
Attached Storage) is a server that is dedicated
for file sharing. It is connected to the network
and appear as a file server to users. This server
is usually customized by vendors to provide optimal
I/O processing and caching for file sharing purposes.
Also with NAS, storage no longer needs to be
an integral part of servers. It centralizes storage
and eases backup.
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