DynaSis Teams Up with Veeam to Offer Cloud Backup

By David Delony

DynaSis, an Atlanta-based provider of IT services for small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), has announced has partnered with Veeam, a source of disaster recovery services.

The partnership will give DynaSis access to best practice backup and recovery procedures.

“Current best practices for backup and recovery recommend virtual imaging to cloud-based data centers, and we believe that trend will only escalate as more companies recognize the security and convenience enabled by cloud solutions,” said DynaSis president Dave Moorman. “DynaSis has always ridden on the leading edge of technology, and this partnership with Veeam keeps us in that position.”

Customers who prefer physical backup copies will still be able to obtain them through DynaSis.

Under Veeam, customer data centers will be replicated in offsite cloud data centers. If disaster strikes, their file and applications will keep running. This is important with the severe weather spring and summer can bring to the American South. Even more northern locations aren’t immune, as Hurricane Sandy showed in 2012 when it damaged communication infrastructure along the East Coast.

The solution also has deep support for VmWare and Hyper-V virtualization environments.

“DynaSis has built its reputation on anticipating customer needs rather than responding to them after the fact,” said Moorman. “Adding Veeam to our line-up of disaster recovery solutions gives customers a full palette of options to meet their current and future requirements.”

DynaSis has also recently introduced its Zero-Impact Network Assessment service, which generates a complete picture of network problems, including congestion, configuration and security problems. Many SMBs have been reluctant to perform these analyses, for fear of service disruption, but DynaSis’ service does so without affecting the network in place.

“Over time, as network configurations change, or users and devices are added or deleted, problems slip into the network undetected,” Ried Thiel, director of CIO services, said at the time of the announcement.

Edited by Braden Becker

Contributing Writer

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