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Vintage IT Services’ Backup Solution powered by VEEAM

Benefits of a VEEAM powered Backup Solution Keep reading to learn why it is necessary to have a true backup solution implemented! Powered by VEEAM Vintage IT Services Backup Solution With the very real threat of Ransomware increasing and data security becoming a crucial aspect of business management, secure offsite backups are now an essential component of …

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Business Cloud Services

Cloud services are permanently stitched into the fabric of the Information Age. Understanding the Cloud can unlock new horizons of productivity and profitability for you and your business.

What Is Colocation and How Does It Benefit Your Business?

A colocation (colo) is a data center facility in which your business can rent space for servers and other computing hardware. This generally consists of networking hardware or servers owned by your organization, such as Web or database servers, which are located outside the vicinity of your organization’s premises and “co-located” with Vintage IT Service’s in our cages at a top tier …

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Vintage Workstation Backups

Without access to automated business backup, too many end-users either do not backup their devices or back them up to a consumer service. The result is inconsistent or non-existent backups on desktops and/or laptops. The consequences are serious. Ponemon Institute conducted a study that averaged a loss of $37,000 for a laptop that had some …

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