RDX Removable Hard Drive System Test Center approved by CRN

Our partner, Tandberg Data has recently had the honor of having their RDX removable hard drive system Test Center approved by CRN. Click above to link through to the CRN review. Congratulations to Tandberg for their continued excellence in the field of backup solutions. If you would like more information about RDX removable hard drive solutions from Tandberg, please use …

Think your data is safe in “the cloud” during a disaster? Think again… #fantasy

The East Coast was ravaged by hurricane Sandy this week, causing still undetermined billions of dollars in damage. We will know more in the coming days, as we find out exactly how many people have perished, how many homes are permanently destroyed and how business and the economy will be affected. Here, safe and sound in the Upstate of South …

Our remote backup provider is expanding! #DisasterRecovery #Backup #Servosity

Our preferred remote backup solution provider is expanding in a big way! Servosity, which is based right here in Greenville South Carolina, has made a commitment to create 30 new positions over the next 12 to 18 months. And these will be higher paying jobs with a much higher skill requirement. We continue to use Servosity ourselves and provide their …

Symantec Partner Specializing in Backup Exec 2012 Sales and Support in Greenville SC

It was time to renew our training with Symantec so we can continue to offer Symantec Backup Exec 2012 sales and support as a partner, so we did it up right. Everyone here at Homeland Secure IT took the training and the assessments required. ¬† Greg, Wes and I (John) are all up to date on these product offerings. If …

Hosted Microsoft Exchange mail can fail too – pick a reliable cloud provider! #99.999

With all the talk about hosted storage, hosted applications, hosted backup, hosted mail, and “the cloud” terms such as “cloud computing”, “cloud storage”, “cloud solutions”, people tend to think that these servers never go down, that they are impervious to the issues that a physical server might have at your physical location. For all the advancements made in this arena, …

Servosity bare metal recovery could help your IT support provider get a dead server back online fast! #BackTheStuffUp

Our cloud backup partner, Servosity, has included a bare metal restore capability in the most recent releases of their backup client software. What IS “bare metal recovery”? It is part of the Servosity Disaster Recovery solution which allows an IT service provider or your IT support department to restore a crashed machine in a matter of minutes, even to dissimilar …

Servosity On Demand Backup Partner

Servosity has set the new standard in On Demand BackUp and Recovery services. Our solution is engineered for businesses that know the¬†value¬†of their data and more importantly the¬†cost¬†of losing it. Our team consists of a talented mix of developers, researchers, market analysts, and client support specialists who all have a desire to serve. Servosity was formed to provide you, our …

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Computer Crash! The Worst Kind…

This is a picture taken just a couple hours ago of the front of “Computers and More”, a computer repair, service and sales place in Holland Michigan…. Thankfully nobody was injured! I guess the driver needs to learn about BACKUP. ¬†Oh my, I crack me up. The original article is over HERE.

Need LOTS of external hard drive storage? The Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk offers 4 TB!

PCMAG.COM posted a review of the new¬†Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk (4TB)¬†external hard drive that is worth reading if you are looking for a large storage solution. They listed the pros as being “HUGE”, “numerous connection interfaces” and “low cost”. On the flip-side, they stated that the¬†plastic construction was a negative, as it didn’t offer much in the way of protection. …

Spring Cleaning Time – For Your Data!

It’s that time again! ¬†Time to do some spring cleaning! This is where millions of people spend hours or even days cleaning up their computers. ¬†Wedding mail, files and other data in an attempt to simplify their life and to determine what is to be kept and what should be deleted. I suggest NOT cleaning. Sure, you can ORGANIZE, but …