The changes to storage technology have been well-documented over the years. From tape to disk to solid state, not to mention DAS, SAN/NAS and StaaS, the only constant in the storage industry has been change.
Lately, however, these technological changes are starting to coalesce in the data center to produce not only bigger and better storage, but entirely new architectures designed to address increasingly specialized workloads. This has given the enterprise unprecedented ability to craft their own storage environments, rather than simply upgrade their legacy vendor solutions.
Naturally, this is producing a fair amount of turmoil in the traditionally staid storage industry. As Redmond Magazine’s Jeffrey Schwartz notes, established firms like EMC, HP and NetApp are under increasing pressure from start-ups like Nasuni and Pure Storage who are turning to advanced Flash and memory solutions aimed specifically at mobile and cloud-based data loads. Even companies like Microsoft are moving into storage hardware as they ramp up their cloud offerings in the race to beat Amazon to the highly lucrative enterprise storage market.
Among the already scary global state of affairs, cybersecurity and critical infrastructure are also areas that have become increasingly tense. In July, The Economist ran a special section on cybersecurity, and one of the stories focused on critical infrastructure attacks. One passage explains perhaps the key issue driving the underlying threat to the world’s critical infrastructure, and it involves the way in which supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, which control network operations, have evolved:
Many of these were designed to work in obscurity on closed networks, so have only lightweight security defences. But utilities and other companies have been hooking them up to the web in order to improve efficiency. This has made them visible to search engines such as SHODAN, which trawls the internet looking for devices that have been connected to it. SHODAN was designed for security researchers, but a malicious hacker could use it to find a target.
Bringing together two experienced ABBYY capture & document businesses
READING, UK: Formscan Limited and Becker Limited announced today that the companies are joining forces to provide greater support and capabilities to both existing and new clients.
The joint expertise will enable the team, trading as Formscan, to have greater scope in solution design and deployment. The combined business will provide improved support to the Becker document and data capture solutions base, and add Formscan’s 38 year old data capture track record, along with its more recent success with Papertrail – The powerful SaaS document management & docflow application. www.formscan.com/papertrail
Chris Haden – Formscan’s Managing Director said:
"This is great news for both companies as we have recognised that the joint business is a stronger entity than the sum of the two parts, we will continue to promote and develop solutions based on the ABBYY FlexiCapture platform http://www.abbyy.com/en/flexicapture/ and add value with our Papertrail solutions and high security data centre services.”
Mark Eost – one of Becker’s founding directors said:
“We are pleased to be joining forces with Formscan and are looking forward to how Formscan’s high security infrastructure, and Papertrail software can benefit the Becker client base.”
Ed MacArthur – Head of Sales, ABBYY UK Ltd said:
“We are always happy to see cooperation in our partner ecosystem among different companies. We are particularly pleased to see that occur between two organisations with such an established pedigree of clients. When combined, their efforts will deliver a powerful portfolio of business solutions to the marketplace.”
With a sales office in the Thames Valley, a secure scanning, document storage and microfilm facility in Manchester, and high security ISO 27001 Data Centre in Derby, Formscan is recognised as one of the most established and experienced document services companies in the UK.
Industry's-First AssuredSAN Ultra48 Provides Multiple Hours of 4K Content and Addresses Demanding Performance Requirements of Lightning-Fast Scanity HDR Scanner
LONGMONT, Colo. – Dot Hill Systems Corp. (Nasdaq:HILL), a trusted supplier of innovative enterprise-class storage systems, today announced that Digital Film Technology GmbH (DFT), is integrating Dot Hill AssuredSAN Ultra48 "ultra-density" storage system as part of DFT's high dynamic range Scanity HDR, film scanner solution. The new DFT Scanity HDR high-speed film scanner, with integrated Dot Hill AssuredSAN® Ultra48™ storage, captures maximum dynamic range from historical black-and-white film without compromising speed or quality.
Headquartered in Germany, DFT is a leading, global provider of high-end film scanning equipment that preserves, manages, and delivers high-quality images. Using proprietary, patented triple-exposure technology, the Scanity HDR ingests difficult black-and-white materials at real-time speeds, allowing content owners to handle a wide range of problematic and historically aged film issues.
With the industry's first ultra-density chassis design, the Dot Hill AssuredSAN Ultra48 houses nearly 58 terabytes of data on small form factor 2.5-inch hard disk drives (HDDs), while utilizing 23 percent less power in an efficient 2U footprint. Uniquely designed to deliver high-performance, randomized sequential I/O optimization for demanding, multiple-stream workflows like 4K film, the array can support any combination of solid-state drives (SSDs) and HDDs in the same enclosure. This compact footprint is 25 percent lighter than a comparable RAID unit and JBOD chassis combination, making it sleek to integrate with the Scanity HDR solution.
"The Dot Hill AssuredSAN Ultra48 was one of the few arrays we tested that could meet our demanding performance requirements; the Ultra48 is capable of sustaining 4K film ingest at 15 frames-per-second and delivering digital output to an XFS file system with a 16 bit RGB format," said Hasenzahl Markus, head of research and development, DFT. "Furthermore, no other storage vendor provides this much capacity in such a convenient and small compact footprint."
Leveraging Dot Hill's integrated AssuredSAN Ultra48 storage with 6.4 GB/second sequential reads and 5300 MB/second sequential writes, the DFT Scanity HDR delivers the levels of performance necessary for numerous applications including:
- Film archive scanning for mass digitization
- Edit decision list (EDL)/conform scanning; low resolution
- Browsing for archive and restoration; short-form commercials
- 4K UHD-ready and digital intermediate scanning.
"In a class by itself, the Dot Hill Ultra48 ultra-density chassis delivers twice the performance and twice the capacity per rack unit compared to alternative products, making it an excellent choice for customers such as DFT who require extremely reliable and high-performing storage," said Garrett Wein, vice president of OEM sales, Dot Hill Systems.
Designed to take advantage of powerful on-board multiple processors, the Ultra48 provides accelerated, predictable performance for randomized sequential workloads, making it an ideal solution for high performance computing, telecommunications data capture, media streaming, video post-production, and broadcasting.
With fully redundant and hot swappable components, the Ultra48 provides easy serviceability resulting in lower support costs through the life of the product. Also, as with all highly reliable AssuredSAN solutions, the Ultra48 delivers proven 99.999 percent availability. Backed by an industry-best 37-month "bumper-to-bumper" warranty, Ultra48 storage solutions are available with the latest, high-bandwidth interfaces including 12Gb SAS, 16Gb Fibre Channel, 10Gb iSCSI or dual personality 16Gb Fibre Channel/10Gb iSCSI.
About Dot Hill
Leveraging its proprietary Assured family of storage solutions, Dot Hill solves many of today's most challenging storage problems - helping IT to improve performance, increase availability, simplify operations, and reduce costs. Dot Hill solutions combine breakthrough software with the industry's most flexible and extensive hardware platform and automated management to deliver best-in-class solutions. Headquartered in Longmont, Colo., Dot Hill has offices and/or representatives in China, Germany, India, Japan,Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
For more information, visit us at www.dothill.com.
DFT (Digital Film Technology) has been at the forefront of film scanning technology for over 75 years, supplying the film post production market with a range of high quality, leading edge products and services. With a reputation for quality, DFT is head quartered in Germany and has a network of sales, service and support centres worldwide.
DFT is a subsidiary of the Prasad Corporation Ltd, India.
For more information, visit us at www.dft-film.com
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In an industry first, global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric, has entered into a sales and implementation partnership with top Cloud E/CTRM vendor Aspect Enterprise Solutions. This partnership allows small to mid-size companies to access a complete risk management software solution, offering the most compelling and comprehensive Commodity Trading and Risk Management (CTRM) solution to the energy trading, commodity trading and risk management space.
Schneider Electric is the leading provider of market information, including physical market prices for refined fuels in North America, and is the largest provider of proprietary news, weather and analysis. Aspect Enterprise Solutions is the market leader for Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions in the global energy and commodity physical trading sectors, and offers the only web-based, multi-commodity, integrated risk management solution. The partnership combines Schneider Electric's front office solutions with Aspect’s middle and back office solutions, creating a holistic CTRM system.
The cloud-based solution is available at a substantially lower cost, giving small to mid-size suppliers the ability to have sophisticated tools to manage positions and work more effectively with credit providers. Market volatility requires a full view of risk and market position, and the complete system offered by Aspect and Schneider Electric provides a full view of trading operations.
"This opportunity to work with Aspect is one we firmly believe will bring new value to our customers in our core energy businesses. We have a strong customer base throughout North America, and proven sales and account teams that can deliver tremendous value by working with Aspect and levering their ability to quickly deploy and deliver accessible, affordable Cloud solutions to the mid-market, like no other company in the world today," says Michael Browne, Vice President, Analytics and Trading at Schneider Electric.
“This is very exciting. We've been working towards this goal for a long time as part of our Aspect Partner Program. Our customers will benefit from this terrific new partnership. Schneider Electric has deep knowledge and understanding in the industry, and complements our processes and solutions. It's a recognized brand that we can grow with. There's huge cost efficiency savings in this for end-user companies looking for a solution," says Aspect President and CEO Steve Hughes.
Schneider Electric's strength in delivering solutions, intelligence and consultancy to companies in energy management is unmatched in North America. The partnership will focus on Schneider Electric’s agriculture, oil and gas and refined fuels businesses, including upstream producers and refiners to downstream refined fuels suppliers, marketers and wholesalers.
Visit http://tvt.schneider-electric.com/go/AES for more information about APP and how to be considered for the program.
About Schneider Electric
As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in Utilities & Infrastructure, Industries & Machines Manufacturers, Non-residential Building, Data Centres & Networks and in Residential. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green, the Group's 140,000 plus employees achieved sales of 24 billion Euros in 2012, through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations make the most of their energy.
About Aspect Enterprise Solutions
Aspect Enterprise Solutions www.aspectenterprise.com is a leading global provider of multi-commodity trading, risk management and data analysis applications delivered Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) in the cloud. With more than 500 customers in 90 countries, it's one of the fastest growing providers with rapid deployment, controlled costs and immediate ROI for all size companies. Applications include AspectCTRM®, a full-featured commodity trading and risk management enterprise suite for front, middle and back office. It’s available in three editions: Lite, Standard and Enterprise, seamlessly expanding in functionality according to the needs and budgets of clients. AspectDSC is the decision support center for traders offering oil, metals and agricultural market news, prices, futures and analytical tools on desktops, tablets and mobile devices. AspectPM is the Price Manager solution which provides consolidation and support for the global oil price forecasting process and forward curve management.
Avere FXT Series Edge Filers Accelerate Production and Empower Artists
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Avere Systems, a leading provider of enterprise storage for the hybrid cloud, today announced that ToonBox Entertainment, Canada’s leading animation studio, is using Avere FXT Series Edge filers to speed up workflow performance and enable fast, cost-effective scaling to meet their production demands. ToonBox looked to Avere to help solve its storage-performance slowdown issues during production of “The Nut Job,” the studio’s first feature-length animated film that features the voice talents of Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Will Arnett and Brendan Fraser.
“Before Avere, we were experiencing a delay in the delivery of fast storage media from our storage vendor,” explained Greg Whynott, manager of Systems and IT at ToonBox. “Although the components were not critical during the early stages of production, we knew our existing configuration could not support late-stage workloads.”
In the animation world, every project eventually leads to “crunch time,” that point in a production where artists and systems are working in overdrive to run final renders, polish shots and adjust scenes for final review. To solve this issue, ToonBox deployed an Avere FXT Edge filer cluster in front of the studio’s existing storage array.
“Deploying an Avere cluster into our production environment more than doubled throughput,” explained Whynott. “We had been implementing QoS procedures on our network switches to manage bandwidth allocation, but with the Avere cluster in place, we were able to stop those processes and simply let jobs run – there was sufficient bandwidth for all workflows.
“With the Avere solution in place, productivity shot through the roof. Jobs that previously took hours to run were completed in 20 minutes, responsiveness to workstations dramatically improved and we were able to scale storage non-disruptively,” said Whynott. “Furthermore, the Avere system paid for itself. When you consider how quickly costs accelerate if artists can’t work or we miss deadlines, it’s a very real return. Avere gives us tremendous flexibility to meet the performance demands of the business.”
“Fast, cost-effective and non-disruptive storage scaling is crucial for companies like ToonBox Entertainment. In the end, artists want to be able to focus on rendering and not worry about load times or IT maintenance,” said Ron Bianchini, president and CEO of Avere Systems.
About Avere Systems
Avere is radically changing the economics of data storage. Avere’s hybrid cloud solutions give companies – for the first time – the ability to put an end to the rising cost and complexity of data storage by allowing customers the freedom to store files anywhere in the cloud or on premises without sacrificing the performance, availability or security of their data. Based in Pittsburgh, Avere is led by veterans and thought leaders in the data storage industry and is backed by investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners Tenaya Capital and Western Digital Capital. For more information, visit www.averesystems.com.
Company’s cost-effective application acceleration software delivers high performance with a fraction of flash capacity required by other solutions SAN CARLOS, Calif. – CacheBox Inc., an emerging provider of application acceleration software that enables significant improvements in application throughput and processing with no disruption to a company's compute or storage infrastructure, today introduced CacheAdvance™, a high-performance, highly efficient cache management solution that enables a new paradigm of application-centric acceleration. CacheAdvance is a software-only, hardware agnostic server-side caching solution that removes bottlenecks by monitoring application I/O requests and intelligently determining which data to accelerate in order to provide optimal performance and user experience. By intercepting application I/O requests intended for relatively slower hard disk devices and rerouting them to faster flash devices that have a cached copy of data required by the application, CacheAdvance increases performance levels and reduces write amplification which positively impacts flash endurance. CacheAdvance is hardware agnostic and compatible with any NVMe, PCIe, SAS, or SATA flash storage. “Organizations of all sizes not only need increased storage capacity as data volumes grow, but also improved performance to ensure that their business-critical applications are able to handle the increased workloads,” said Mark Peters, Senior Analyst at ESG. “The perennial challenge has been for organizations to somehow cost-effectively improve both capacity and performance. After all, replacing existing architectures isn’t always viable and over-provisioning for performance is inherently profligate. The sweet spot that CacheBox aims to address - designing an agnostic software solution that selectively accelerates application performance – is clearly one that can add business value.” CacheBox’s approach to server-side caching positively impacts the storage, compute and application tiers while making optimal use of shared SSD resources for only relevant application data to ensure exceptionally high and consistent jitter-free acceleration. Applications ideally suited for optimized performance acceleration include object-based storage, big data, cloud infrastructures, transactional and analytic workloads, including MySQL, MongoDB and other data warehousing products. CacheBox's internal testing of CacheAdvance demonstrates performance gains ranging from 10X to 100X over HDD and within 5% to 15% of flash performance utilizing a small fraction of flash capacity. CacheBox is led by a group of seasoned veterans with more than 100 years of industry experience among them. The company was co-founded by CEO Lorenzo Salhi, COO John Groff and VP of Engineering Murali Nagaraj. Salhi has spent more than 20 years in the flash/storage industry having previously served as VP of Sales, Enterprise-OEM at sTec. With 25 years in management, sales and operations, Groff previously founded and served as the managing partner at Paragon Technical. Nagaraj has 20 years in storage and file system architecture experience and was the lead developer on CFS at Veritas/Symantec. Former Chief Architect on CFS at Veritas/Symantec Dilip (DMR) Ranade is the company’s CTO, while Shaloo Shalini, a key contributor at Veritas/Symantec and Cadence, serves as VP of Technical Marketing. “The promise of just sticking a bunch of solid state drives into an existing storage architecture and hoping that it provides the performance gains needed to overcome the challenges of application acceleration is never going to be a reality,” said Salhi. "Rather than go through the hassle and expense of overprovisioning storage or turning to all-flash arrays, organizations need a solution that optimizes application acceleration and removes the administrative burden and costs of alternative approaches. With CacheAdvance, the storage bottleneck is eliminated without costly server and storage upgrades." A Linux version of CacheAdvance is currently available for small- to medium-sized enterprises through hyperscale organizations and directly from CacheBox. Additional information about how CacheAdvance is able to provide improvements in application throughput and processing without buying additional hardware or disrupted operations is available online at http://www.cachebox.com. About CacheBox Inc. CacheBox is a privately funded, early stage global company with offices in Silicon Valley and Pune, India that is focused on using its advanced application centric architecture to vastly improve application performance. The CacheBox team includes software and storage industry veterans from several top-tier companies. For more information, visit www.cachebox.com
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LONDON – Attenda Limited, the Business Critical IT company, today announced that it is publishing its latest BroadGroup research findings on mid-market enterprise cloud adoption.
BroadGroup is an Information Media Technology and Professional Services company, with leading data centre consulting practice. During the independent research, commissioned by Attenda, BroadGroup conducted interviews with Attenda clients, across a broad set of verticals, to ask CIOs and IT Directors how widely they had adopted cloud; and if so, what best practices had been adopted and were there any lessons to be learnt.
As Daniel Beazer, Consultant, Broad Group comments; “The findings were very interesting and revealed that every participant saw considerable benefits in the cloud; but many felt there were considerable barriers to achieving these benefits.”
Beazer continues, “What we found was a hybrid world that could include public cloud, private cloud, dedicated hosted infrastructure, colocation and on-premises services.”
Attenda’s service strategy embraces hybrid computing, with Consulting and Professional Services to help guide its clients on their journey; creating their unique hybrid environment and providing the right level of monitoring and management, supported by a business outcome focused SLA.
As Oliver Presland, Director, Service Strategy, Attenda adds, “No IT estate is the same and every enterprise will have its own unique requirements, and its own group of stakeholders all with differing needs.”
Attenda has adopted a location and platform agnostic approach to cloud and managed services, combined with its capabilities in areas that are vitally important in a cloud deployment, such as integration, availability, security and performance.
Presland concludes, “This BroadGroup research has shown that with our flexible and customised approach, and our evolving portfolio of private and public cloud platforms, with managed services, we are in a strong position to truly offer our clients the optimum hybrid solution, to meet their precise business needs.”
About Broad Group (www.broad-group.com)
BroadGroup is an Information Media Technology and Professional Services company providing a value chain of publications, conferences and consulting services to fast growing niches in the IT and Telecoms sector.
Founded in 2002, the company aims to provide senior managers with a different perspective, create communities of interest, and inspire them with fresh insight.
With an acclaimed consulting practice and the largest library of research reports in the datacentre sector worldwide, our research methodologies are free from potential conflicts of interest. BroadGroup’s consulting work specialises in commercial due diligence, demand analysis, and financial and business planning analysis.
BroadGroup serves a customer base comprising of operating companies, technology innovators, investment and financial principals, government investment agencies, regional development authorities and professional service companies.
About Attenda Limited (www.attenda.com)
We are one of the UK‘s leading managed service and cloud platform providers, specialising in running business critical applications. Our Business Critical IT approach combines business outcome focus with a structured engagement methodology and supporting services and infrastructure.
Through our structured Define, Design & Verify engagement methodology, we help to facilitate the right choices for our Clients, offering straightforward advice and uncovering hidden opportunities; leveraging modular, scalable and secure platforms that deliver agility and reliability.
This proven operational foundation ensures better business outcomes, whilst supporting innovation and optimisation. This enables clients to focus on strategy and their business, making them more competitive.
We have built up a commanding market reputation, with the industry's leading accreditations and an unrivalled portfolio of UK enterprise Clients including BSi Group, City & Guilds, NHS, Nisa, Princes, reed.co.uk, Regus and Travelodge.
Attenda is positioned in the Challengers quadrant, Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting, Europe.
Attenda is ISO9001, ISO27001, ISO20000 and ISO22301 accredited, is a Microsoft Gold Hosting Partner, VMware Premier Service Provider, a SAP Partner, SAP Certified in Hosting and Cloud Services, AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, Citrix Service Provider partner, Oracle Silver partner, HP Premier Partner and a HP CloudAgile Partner.
Leader in the Technology Industry Protects Customers with Leading Edge Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Program CROSBY, TX – Abletek, an industry leader in unified communications, announced today that the company has launched its cloud disaster recovery program in order to better protect customer data in event of natural disasters, power outages, employee errors or emergency situations. Nearly every business, especially in recent years, has become so inextricably reliant upon their data in order run their company. Simply put, data must be available to anyone who needs it and it must be available at the exact right time. Unfortunately, most companies still use an inferior form of data backup such as tape or external hard drives. Furthermore, lost or misplaced data creates unnecessary company downtime dragging operations to a screeching halt, which is out of the question for most of today's businesses. With nearly everyone depending on a strong IT infrastructure, it's no wonder why businesses are scrambling to find the ideal form of data protection and backup. With plans ranging from manual disk backup to off-site backup to sophisticated cloud-based disaster recovery programs, the demand for this technology is clearly evident. The overarching goal of any disaster recovery program is to ensure that in the event of any natural disaster (earthquake, fire, flood, tornado) power outage or user error that a company's data remains undamaged and is immediately retrievable. Abletek's cloud-based disaster recovery program, takes this technology one step further, in that it allows businesses to continue running smoothly, even during the midst of a disaster or employee error like deleting a crucial folder off the LAN. Essentially, for the first time, Abletek's customers can now shrug off a disaster, and continue running their business as normal. Business owners have been quick to recognize the massive value associated with a disaster-proof business and the drastic reduction, if not elimination, of company downtime. This evolution in cloud-based disaster recovery has been heavily anticipated and Abletek is proud to be among the few organizations leading the charge for this powerful technology. They are actively deploying their cloud-based disaster recovery program in the offices of many of their customers, across a multitude of industries. "At the end of the day, it's about keeping our customers protected," stated Bill Parker, President of Abletek. "When we can deliver a proactive, redundant, cloud-based program like this, we can keep our customers connected with their data so that they can keep running no matter what life throws at them. It's such an overwhelming competitive advantage to eliminate company downtime and we're absolutely thrilled to deliver this to our loyal customer base. We believe that by providing our customers with competitive advantages, it gives them a leg up in their industry. Perhaps that's why we've been fortunate to continue growing over the years, because of our outlook on ensuring mutual success." ABOUT ABLETEK Abletek is not your typical IT & communications company. We are a TECHNOLOGY SOLUTION PROVIDER and we care deeply about helping you maximize your productivity through effective Managed Services (MSP), IT, communications and related business technology solutions, and while a lot of companies may talk about increasing your productivity, Abletek actually delivers. ABLETEK will remove the burden of managing your network and communications infrastructures by providing everything needed to maintain your servers, workstations, laptops, Pocket PCs/PDA/Treo, Switches, Routers, Email, Printers, VoIP, SIP, Digital & Analog Communications systems and more. Leverage our team of dedicated professionals and proven technology management resources to: CONTROL & REDUCE YOUR COSTS. For more information on Abletek, call (713) 455.1888 or visit www.abletek.com.
Solution increases sales, meets regulatory guidelines
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Rentsys Recovery Services, a provider of comprehensive and integrated business continuity and disaster recovery solutions for healthcare providers, banks and companies using enterprise-wide solutions, today announced that Nuvodia, a leading provider of professional radiology and medical technology services to healthcare providers, utilized its disaster recovery solution to increase the value of their customer offerings.
In 2008, Nuvodia selected Rentsys to add a disaster recovery solution that would enable its clients to comply more effectively with HIPPA guidelines regarding data security and business continuity. Since then, Nuvodia has increased its sales, grown its marketshare and enabled its customers to meet regulatory guidelines more easily. The solution also helps Nuvodia’s customers to:
· Reduce the risk of losing vital patient healthcare records during an unexpected power outage or disruption;
· Eliminate the time and cost associated with maintaining an onsite data center; and,
· Speed up recovery times of key data and IT systems, such as email.
“The Rentsys disaster recovery solution enables our healthcare clients to reduce their risk, enhance their regulatory compliance and securely recover vital patient records if a power outage or disaster does occur,” said Jason Cardon, director of IT operations for Nuvodia.
“As regulatory pressure regarding data security and business continuity increases, healthcare providers that choose compliance-oriented disaster recovery solutions will be able to more easily meet HIPPA requirements, better avoid enforcement actions from auditors and ensure access to vital systems and data,” said Brandon Tanner, senior manager at Rentsys.
About Rentsys Recovery Services
Founded in 1995, College Station, Texas-based Rentsys Recovery Services is a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for businesses ranging from small bank branches to large enterprise organizations. The company offers business continuity management software and professional planning services along with fully customizable and testable solutions, which include restored communications systems, mobile and onsite business recovery centers, data backup and recovery using the cloud and quick shipment of office technology. These solutions can be combined to provide organizations with the ability to fully maintain regular business functions during a disaster. For more information, please visitwww.rentsys.com
Nuvodia is a technology services organization that was formed in 2012 by Inland Imaging, one of the nation’s leading providers of professional radiology and medical technology services. The company combines the capabilities, resources and personnel from Inland Imaging Business Associates technology division, TROI IT Solutions (an IT consulting, project management and managed services firm) and Quick Study Radiology (QSR), based in St. Louis and serves a variety of businesses, institutions and organizations in the health care, utility and business services sectors. For more information, please visit www.nuvodia.com