Backup & Disaster Recovery

In today’s business climate, your most important information and applications are online. This includes everything from e-mail to files stored on your servers to the software that lets you run your day-to-day operations. It’s vital that you back up all these digital assets regularly so that in event of a disaster—a lost file, hardware malfunction or worse—you can be up and running again without much downtime or long-term damage.

At Nulegend, we understand how difficult regular server backups are to perform, particularly in a smaller business where everyone’s strapped for time. To properly back up your data and applications, we help you implement the right software or hardware solution and provide daily, ongoing maintenance so that you can focus on running the business.  Nulegend Uses Amanda Enterprise Open Source solution.

Amanda Enterprise was designed to address these challenges–providing a backup and recovery solution that combines fast installation, simplified management, enterprise-class functionality, and low-cost subscription fees. As an open source product, Amanda Enterprise only uses standard formats and tools — effectively freeing you from being locked into a vendor to recover your archived data.  Click here to learn more about Amanda Enterprise.

 

 

 

We offer many options for you to back up your server environments, whether they’re small or large, physical or virtual. We know how critical your business information and applications are and work with you to create a plan for every disaster scenario. We deploy automated backup solutions to minimize your management overhead and conduct proactive monitoring of backup operations and availability. By taking this approach, we are employing layers of protection to ensure you’re covered in any situation.

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