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By on Sep 10, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

PUSH-BUTTON FAILOVER IN 15 MINUTES OR LESS EVERY MODERN COMPANY DEPENDS ON DATA AND OPERATIONAL UPTIME FOR THEIR SURVIVAL. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS! It’s why 43% of businesses want DR, but think it is too expensive and complex. Give us a call and we can get you setup with a FREE trial. ContactUs@datasharkllc.com...

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By on Aug 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

The 2015 Hurricane Season is Here! Are You Prepared?   How well you prepare now will have a major impact on how well your data and your business survives later. Storm Sandy taught all businesses a lesson on the importance of having a comprehensive total data protection plan in place—prior to a storm. Of businesses affected by Sandy, 74% had to close their doors for a period of time. Could your business afford that?   Top 3 requirements of a backup that will beat any storm: Automated backup of all data and systems Lighting fast data recovery and instant failover Redundant data and system backups, local and cloud   Be prepared. Call...

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By on Aug 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

DataShark is a leading provider of backup, disaster recovery (BDR), and business continuity solutions targeted to the small to medium business (SMB) market. Datto solutions are designed around the hybrid cloud platform, the most reliable and efficient way for end-users to back up their data securely and ensure that it is recoverable regardless of any disaster scenario....

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By on Feb 25, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Virtual Desktops Virtual Desktops are often presented as the next best thing to sliced bread. You probably think that this is somewhat over the top. But if you look closer, Virtual Desktops can solve many of your today’s challenges. As business owners demand a lower total cost of ownership, better security, greater mobility and a more agile IT infrastructure, the traditional desktop model is defaulting on most of these requirements. Not identifying your exact requirements while moving towards Virtual Desktops is however your best recipe for failure. Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) hasn’t replaced traditional desktops and laptops in the way that server virtualization has replaced physical servers, but most industry observers acknowledge that desktop virtualization use cases do offer a large additional value compared to traditional desktop and laptop delivery. To help you deploy virtual desktops for the right reasons, here are some examples of common desktop virtualization use cases. Disaster recovery As business continuity and disaster recovery plans are gaining importance, IT managers increasingly rely on desktop virtualization to provide on-demand access at a failover site. Traditionally, businesses looking at full disaster recovery would store PC inventory at a secondary, stand-by facility where users could come and work in the event that the primary location was unavailable. With virtualization, IT managers can provision thousands of desktops in a virtual environment, quickly providing access to applications in the event that worker access to primary endpoints is not possible. In addition, virtual desktops and modern remote display protocols enable users to gain access to their desktops and applications remotely. Now that mobile devices provide nearly ubiquitous Internet access, workers expect to be able to connect to corporate systems anywhere, anytime via multiple consumer devices. Security The increasing mobility of users and their devices makes it harder for IT managers to manage physical desktops and laptops. Viruses, to name one security treat have become more complex and difficult to detect. Pro+ Desktop virtualization can improve the security of data at rest. Both physical and virtual machines still have the same Windows operating system, applications and network vulnerabilities. However, desktop virtualization can improve the security of data at rest. Company data on laptops or desktops is no longer stored in unsecured environments; it is now stored within the walls of the data...

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By on Feb 25, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Virtual Private Cloud: The Benefits Cloud and Server/ Desktop Virtualization are considered great value drivers. These new techniques are great for IT managers that want to keep a lock on their IT costs but want to unleash power, capacity and flexibility. So, can we consider Cloud as the solution that fixes everything? As always, things are not that simple. We all know that public cloud is the most cost-effective cloud solution, but what about your mission-critical data that needs more security? You might not want to store that in some leaky public cloud. There are plenty of examples where data that was deemed safe turned out not so safe in the end. To really be sure you might want to consider virtual private cloud. VIRTUAL PRIVATE CLOUD Virtual private cloud is a private network within public cloud infrastructure. It lets you provision a private, isolated section of cloud infrastructure where you can launch compute and storage resources on-demand in a virtual network that you define and control. Using a public cloud environment gives businesses the flexibility and benefits of a cloud, such as scalability and reduced IT costs. Adding a private network within the public cloud environment adds enhanced security features to the public cloud for sensitive company data. Public cloud allows users to maximize utilization of their server by sharing resources within the public environment. The use of Virtual Private Clouds can be the next phase as companies look for a way to host critical data in public cloud environments. BENEFITS OF VIRTUAL PRIVATE CLOUD There are many benefits to using virtual private cloud as your IT solution. It is a cost-effective solution that allows businesses the security they need without the expensive infrastructure. Key benefits virtual private cloud gives users: Scalability – Allows you to add resources on-demand to accommodate additional users and allows you to scale up and down as workloads change and develop. Automation – Removal of manual processes to dynamically provision virtual machines. Security – Traffic to and from your cloud infrastructure stays within the corporate firewall without crossing the Internet. Cloud administrators are able to set policies to specify which users are allowed to access cloud resources. Performance – Enhanced performance is a...

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