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Storage

The complexity and size of today’s business information requires a shift toward a well planned enterprise-wide data management solution.

Tec-Refresh can help you take control of your data by leveraging our expertise in design and implementation custom catered to your specific business needs.

Adaptive Flash Storage

Not all data is created or valued equally – your storage architecture should reflect that. Different tiers of data require different tiers of storage – you need a solution that fits your business, not a solution that you try to fit your business into. Data is simply going to keep increasing, but with technologies such as Deduplication and Thin provisioning, your physical storage doesn’t have to.

Cloud Backup

The question used to be “How large is your backup window?” Today that answer is zero. The question in today’s world is “How fast can I recover data?” Disk and Deduplication technologies power D2D2T solutions that let you keep much more data on much quicker media for faster recovery times, with tape still being a valuable part for longer-term retention policies and archiving.

Storage

Tec-Refresh can help your company meet all regulatory and business requirements regarding your Disaster Recovery Plan. From a detailed analysis of the business, through a detailed inventory of the assets both existing and required to meet business goals to a fully documented procedure of how to recover, Tec-Refresh can help you succeed when the unexpected occurs.

Big Data

Tec-Refresh can provide IT administrators and data owners the vital intelligence they need to control access to business data. Our solutions deliver the visibility and auditing you need to determine who can access your unstructured data, who is accessing it and who should have access. Data entitlement management is a business process and belongs with business data owners, and they can make that transition possible without infrastructure changes or business disruption.

Cloud Storage

Cloud storage is a model of data storage where the digital data is stored in logical pools, the physical storage spans multiple servers (and often locations), and the physical environment is typically owned and managed by a hosting company. These cloud storage providers are responsible for keeping the data available and accessible, and the physical environment protected and running.