Posted by Parker Pearson on December 7, 2016
Natural disasters, equipment failures, and even human error can cause significant data loss. Can your organization survive that reality?
The statistics are staggering. For organizations who experience a significant outage or data loss, 90% will fail within 2 years. 43% will not even reopen for business. Your data is a vital asset, and managing backup and proactively planning for disaster recovery is vital.
We now offer our FlxStore Managed Data Backup Services. This flexible suite of backup and disaster recovery services are designed to support a wide range of needs and budgets.
Now we have an expanded range of data backup services to ensure that your data is backed up automatically and supervised by our staff so you can focus on your core business needs. Because our data center is based at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center ensure you that your data is locally accessible to you – with unbelievable bandwidth & redundancy. We take care of your data, and you never have to worry about it.
How can our FlxStore services help you?
- Gain peace of mind
- Proactive preparation for business disruption or data loss
- Reduce IT workload
- Decrease cost and complexity
- Predictable data storage expense
- Scalable plans to meet your needs
- Secure protection of your data
- Available geo-diversity for existing storage systems
- Local service & support
- Extremely fast data restoration when you need it
If you are ready to make data backup and business continuity easier, contact us. We’ll help you find the right mix of data protection services for your needs and budget.
Posted by Parker Pearson on December 2, 2013
December 10, 2013
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Lunch Provided, RSVP please
Ready to leverage the benefits of the Cloud without sacrificing local IT support?
The ALI team has been busily upgrading our Brush Mountain Data Center: from infrastructure to services. Brush Mountain now offers the best of both worlds – unparallelled virtual infrastructure for Cloud computing; and options for local IT support from Advanced Logic. It’s the first hybrid data center of its kind in the region!
Now Brush Mountain offers:
- Robust enterprise-class data center services
- Scalable Local IT Support Services from ALI
- NEW! FLxCloud virtual infrastructure
- Disaster preparedness & recovery services
- Co-location & Backup Services
To celebrate the upgrades we’ve made and our new FLXCloud service, we’re hosting an Open House Luncheon on December 10th from 11:30 – 1:00. Our leadership team will be on hand to talk about our new services, answer questions and you can come see the Data Center for yourself.
>RSVP today to join us!
>Learn more about how BMDC can benefit organizations of ALL sizes
Posted by Parker Pearson on August 12, 2013
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed the increasing complexity of information systems that in turn drives up costs. In Part 2 I addressed the issue of staffing and planning for the skill sets needed to support this increased complexity so your organization can meet its needs.
In this final installment on our “Key 3” assessment areas, I’ll discuss Sustainability.
Sustainability (the Cost of Loss)
With data that is critical to an organization’s lasting success, placing that information in a secure, professionally managed and constantly refreshed facility becomes a topic that is not only important, but vital to the fiscal health and sustainability of an organization.
Like the staffing assessment, assessing Sustainability can be uncomfortable. Frankly, it’s another reason why clients ask us to help them. No one likes to plan for a crisis. Whether we help you, or you take a stab at it, it’s important to understand and assess the risk and projected financial consequences of losing critical information. What information is critical to keep your organization running? What systems and processes are in place to ensure backup, redundancy and continuity in case of a crisis or system failure? These are all critical data points.
So once these questions can be quantified on paper, for better or worse you have the beginnings of your plan for sustainability. Once you know the issues, then you know what you need. In an increasing number of cases, Brush Mountain’s Regional Data Center model starts to make a great deal of sense. Having key data and systems in a secure, managed facility with fully redundant systems and IT staff monitoring the site 24/7365 ensures that you are informed and prepared with facilities and resources that would otherwise be cost prohibitive.
Be watching for my next topic where I’ll give some insight into the anatomy of a move into a data center.
In the meantime, join the conversation with us on Facebook! Are there any particular areas in my Key 3 that you struggle with the most? Or suggest a topic for one of my upcoming posts!
Posted by Parker Pearson on July 3, 2013
Advanced Logic Industries (ALI) is pleased to announce that it has acquired Brush Mountain Data Center. This regional IT data center has been providing private cloud services and data hosting from its location at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center (CRC) in Blacksburg since 2006.
Click Here to read more about ALI acquiring Brush Mountain Data Center 01/24/2013