Friday, April 28, 2006

Fireproof NAS (Network Attached Storage)

NAS or Network Attached Storage is one of the most common forms of data backup today. Whether you are a large enterprise with several hundred locations or a small business, the advantages of NAS devices as they relate to business continuity and disaster recovery planning are very important to your overall operations.

What is a fireproof NAS?
Fireproof NAS devices are solutions that offer data backup in a secure environment that protects from fire, flood, and hard drive failure. These solutions are compatible with Linux, UNIX, Windows and MAC platforms and are quickly becoming popular for companies of all sizes.

Cost savings - no longer do you have to worry about recurring monthly charges for off-site storage. You get a complete solution that is plug and play, along with total support for data retrieval in one package. No longer do you have to worry about taking tapes offsite, replacing tapes or storing the tapes.

Support - In the event of a disaster (fire, flood, hard drive failure, etc) you are guaranteed to get your data recovered, keeping your company operations going strong even through a crisis.

Compatibility - These systems work with a wide range of platforms, including Windows, UNIX, Linux, MAC and more, providing a scalable solution for even the most complex operating systems

Federal Regulation Compliance - Whether your company needs to meet requirements for HIPAA, SOX or the California Privacy act, a fireproof / waterproof data backup system can move you toward compliance with LESS HEADACHE, NO MAINTENANCE, NO TRAINING, all at a price that is quite lower that other options.

Ask the Business Continuity Experts at K.L. Security Enterprises how a fireproof NAS device could benefit your company. We are more than happy to offer a free consultation.

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