Katrina sure tested us, but CNC proactively develops emergency hardware and data solutions for our customers that prevent failures in the event a natural disaster.
We have helped many businesses around New Orleans move towards cloud server replication, among the many solutions that help ensure that our clients know they’re protected.
There is no room for half-baked solutions that fail at crunch time. Our solutions range from simplified local backup and monitoring, to cloud storage, to 24/7/365 live server replication to the cloud.
Cloud Backup and Cloud Synchronization Services
Much more than just tape backups, CNC can help you synchronize your entire organization through the use of cloud backup and cloud file synchronization – with all your mobile devices. The benefits of offsite backup, combined with file synchronization and cloud file security – all in one.
Cloud Server Replication
What happens when a hurricane hits and the building floods? What happens when aliens land and want to terraform planet earth? What happens when the zombie apocalypse becomes a reality?
Solution: Replicate your entire server to the cloud. We help businesses by making sure that not just their data is secure in a offsite location, but that a virtual server can be brought up and used in the event of an emergency. We insist that our clients have no cause to go out of business for lack of a comprehensive IT solution.
There is no reason a temporary set back should turn into a permanent failure – if you protect your organization before disaster strikes. The first step is to create a Disaster Recovery, or Business Continuity Plan. We can help you get started right away. We will put together a comprehensive plan for your entire organization, considering key components crucial to your recovery, and establish a formal process to be followed to restore your business continuity when a disaster occurs.
Backup and Disaster Recovery Consulting and Planning
Cloud Backup Solutions
Cloud Drive Solutions
Workstation and Server Imaging
Continuous Server Replication to the Cloud for maximum Server Recovery