Everstream Begins Offering Cloud Backup Protection
Cleveland, OH – June 10, 2015
Everstream today introduced Cloud Backup and Recovery services, in response to marketplace concern about the effects of data loss, including costly downtime or even complete shutdown of business.
“The need for gigabit speed will always be there. The conversation about Big Data is omnipresent. Yet, overshadowing all of this is the realization that there is a need for backup and data protection. We are confident that our Cloud product directly addresses that need,” says Everstream President Brett Lindsey.
The Everstream Cloud Backup and Recovery service covers the gamut – from accidental deletion of files to hard drive crashes. In addition, the Safe Catalog Process verifies that the data uploaded to the cloud is valid and reliable. In the event of a data loss, quick recovery of the data is ensured.
According to a study conducted by Gartner, Inc., the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company, “40 percent of all companies that experience a major disaster will go out of business if they cannot gain access to their data within 24 hours.”
Everstream is equipped to customize its customers’ programs establishing priorities for application and networks, developing recovery strategies and preparing inventory and documentation of the plan.
“Our Cloud Backup and Recovery product is supported by our IT experts and provides the protection that today’s companies demand,” Lindsey adds.
For information on the Cloud Backup program offered by Everstream, contact 844.387.7876.
Everstream is a Cleveland based network service provider bringing fiber-based Ethernet, Internet and data center solutions to businesses throughout Northeast Ohio. We focus on delivering best-in-class network solutions while providing an unrivaled commitment to customer service. With over 2500 miles of fiber across 24 counties and comprehensive data center connectivity at 10 Gigabit speed, we provide the fastest network in the region. Everstream’s network allows businesses to operate a converged IP network capable of delivering robust voice, video, and data services at speeds from 10 mb/s to 10 gb/s.