Online Tech will be hosting a couple of free educational webinars in September.
9/20 @ 2PM ET:
9/27 @ 2PM ET:
Online Tech is sponsoring the 7x24 Exchange Event discussing Disaster Recovery on September 22, 2011
Mike Klein, Online Tech’s President, has been selected to speak at MSPWorld™ Conference and Expo.
There are a lot of benefits with cloud computing – cost-effective resource use, rapid provisioning, scalability and elasticity.One of the most significant advantages to cloud computing is how it changes disaster recovery, making it more cost-effective and lowering the bar for enterprises to deploy comprehensive DR plans for their entire IT infrastructure. Cloud Computing delivers faster recovery times and multi-site availability at a fraction of the cost of conventional disaster recovery.
What Changes in the Cloud?
Cloud computing, based on virtualization, takes a very different approach to disaster recovery. With virtualization, the entire server, including the operating system, applications, patches and data is encapsulated into a single software bundle or virtual server.
This entire virtual server can be copied or backed up to an offsite data center and spun up on a virtual host in a matter of minutes.
Related Resources:OTPortal: Now Upgrade Server Online
The new release of OTPortal includes an updated user experience and a host of new features. Clients can now see their network configuration on a single screen, making it easier to manage firewall rules and IP addresses for each device. Additional features include the ability to easily upgrade server capacity online for more CPU, RAM, disk space, and managed services such as offsite backup with a few clicks.
“We developed our client portal to provide our clients an easy, convenient tool to remotely manage their servers. While our support staff is always available 24x7, our next generation portal provides our clients a hassle-free way to self-manage their servers when they prefer to do so,” says Mike Klein, President of Online Tech.
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