InterCloud Cloud Disaster Recovery Services to Safeguard the Jewish Board's Critical Data
SHREWSBURY, NJ: InterCloud Systems, a provider of cloud networking orchestration and automation to the enterprise markets has declared that it will be its delivering disaster recovery cloud services to the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services- a nonprofit mental health and social service organization.
InterCloud Systems designs, engineers and deploys cloud services (SaaS, PaaS and IaaS), professional consulting, data solutions and maintenance services for businesses. Its cloud backup solution enables firms to backup their critical business data, financial records, contracts and client information to a remote and secure location for efficient and rapid disaster recovery, eliminating the additional capital or IT expenses. Through InterCloud’s technology, organizations can run scheduled backups automatically without human intervention. It offers affordable disaster recovery solutions to support servers running Microsoft Windows operating system with Exchange and SQL.
The Jewish Board delivers counseling services, children and adolescent services and work for betterment of adults living with mental illness.
Now through the signed service agreement, InterCloud will provide data redundancy and cloud data disaster recovery solution to The Jewish Board to protect their critical data against any unanticipated threat such as natural disaster or human error. Additionally it will offer total turnkey implementation including set-up, maintenance and managed services to deploy next generation network solutions.
Uday Madasu, CIO of The Jewish Board says, “InterCloud's unique positioning in the marketplace will allow for a smooth migration as we look to take advantage of the cloud for our business disaster recovery initiatives."
InterCloud software backup data to an offsite location and optionally to a local appliance for quicker recovery time, minimizing server load and backup time.
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