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Data Backup

To protect your critical data, Bay State IT offers a range of services for backup, recovery and business continuity. We partner with a range of leading data security providers to meet the varied data backup needs of enterprise companies to small businesses.
Datto is a premier provider of backup services to biotech, healthcare, finance and other data-­rich industries.  For Windows and UNIX server/client environments, Datto backup offers end-­to-­end recoverability for data stored on-site on physical and virtual servers, or in the cloud via SaaS applications.  All Datto solutions are supported 24/7 by Bay State IT's in-­house engineers.

CrashPlan is an SaaS-­based provider of endpoint data protection and security to thousands of companies. CrashPlan Cloud backup solutions centralize Windows, Mac and UNIX end-­user data on a single platform. This service provides clients with full control for detecting, responding to and remediating data incidents. CrashPlan supports hundreds to thousands of users, backing up any device, anywhere
The Zmanda Recovery tool for MySQL (ZRM) is used for backing up and recovering local and remote MySQL databases. Typical applications include backing up large data and UNIX backups to tape or Amazon Web services (AWS). The ZRM tool is used with Windows, Solaris and Linux.
Veeam provides data backup solutions for VMware v-Sphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. Veeam’s backup and replication services include server virtualization, modern storage applications and cloud-based services. Through Veeam applications, Bay State IT can provide fast recovery of virtualized applications and data. This combines backup and replication into a single solution.
Symatec’s Backup Exec suite provides flexible, easy-to-use backup and recovery solutions that protect your entire infrastructure whether built on virtual, physical, or a combination of both platforms. Typical applications are for Windows servers, both disk-to-disk and disk-to-disk-to-tape.