Secure Data Technologies Expands Managed Service Offering

Secure Data Technologies Expands Managed Service Offering-01

Secure Data Technologies, Inc. (Secure Data) has expanded our SecureAssist managed services offerings. The organization has partnered with industry leaders in backup, disaster recovery and email security to provide customers with best-of-breed technology along with our legendary engineering support to keep customers’ data protected to meet their RPO/RTO requirements.

  • SecureBackup – Physical/Virtual server backup options ranging from self-service to fully managed, utilizing 3-2-1 best practices to meet any RPO
  • SecureReplica – Virtual server replication to create low RTOs and get the environment back up and running quickly after disaster strikes
  • Secure365 – Backup and protect your Microsoft/Office 365 environment with unlimited storage and retention and best in class email/Phishing protection

In today’s world, data is one of the most valuable assets many companies have. With these managed services offerings in place, Secure Data is well-positioned to help protect and secure customer’s data from ever-evolving cybersecurity threats, giving them peace of mind when disaster strikes!

Also Read: How Cyber-Resilience is at the Crux of Securing Businesses

Since 2008, Secure Data has focused on developing relationships with local businesses, creating new business partnerships, and expanding its customer base across the Midwest. Secure Data is actively recruiting and hiring technology professionals in and around the central United States to support its growing clientele across the globe and provide local technology experts in every region in which they operate, based on their commitment to BUY LOCAL TECH.

The BUY LOCAL TECH initiative is a response to the growing trend of consolidations and acquisitions amongst technology solution providers that diminishes local jobs, community investment, and geographic empathy in the central region. Today, Secure Data is one of just two top solutions providers to boast local ownership in the St. Louis bi-state region.  The majority of the region’s technology solution providers are owned by super-regional resellers or investment funds with no ties to the local economy.

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