Your data is the lifeblood of your business. How safe is yours? Don't wait until it's too late to think about safeguarding your SQL Server data from disaster. Let us help you create a recovery plan that ensures your data is available when you need it.
Edgewood Solutions takes a proven, standardized approach for handling common failures. Why start from scratch when our established process can be customized to meet your needs?
Edgewood Solutions has worked tirelessly to help RDI through a challenging period. Hats off to the entire Edgewood team for a job well done.
|Richard Stovall, Vice President - Research Data Inc.|
Planning. This is the process of developing a well-established and documented process to address any type of SQL Server disaster. We identify areas of vulnerability in your existing SQL Server environment and establish standardized, central documentation that addresses any risks and weaknesses. Your plan is also maintained, tested and audited to ensure it continues to remain appropriate for your business needs.
Recovery. This refers to the process of recovering from a disaster and minimizing the amount of downtime and data loss. We help determine a cost-effective solution that fits your business requirements, and provide solutions to help you recover from hardware, operating system, SQL Server and data failures.
Edgewood Solutions' deep technical knowledge of SQL Server and strong project management skills provided a powerful combination for solving our high availability problem.
|Ted Tompkins, Vice President of Information Technology, VetCentric|
Less data loss
We help restore lost data and minimize lost transactions.
Experience faster recovery from SQL server failures.
Proven processes provide prioritized recovery, and ensure roles and responsibilities are clearly communicated.
SLAs are in place, expectations will be established, and necessary components will be created and are available during recovery.
Reach out to Edgewood Solutions to get your SQL Server issue resolved. We don't have sales people, so there's never a "sales pitch".
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