Disaster Recovery

Disasters can come in many forms -- floods, fires, explosions, and power outages -- and they can come when you least expect it. The important thing is to be prepared, so critical data can be recovered and your organization can become operational as soon as possible. A disaster recovery plan is essential in these cases.

Are You Prepared?

As a quick thought/experiment, the next time you are in your data center, look around, and imagine for a moment that it is gone. And not just the computers. Imagine that the entire building no longer exists.

We Can Help! 

Link has developed a disaster recovery offering for its Power i (AS/400) clients to meet this critical business need. Many companies attempt to design a recovery plan, but never follow through to a true test of the process. Link has provided a Hot Site to host testing and implementation of your Information Technology Recovery Plan.  Click here for a PDF with more details.
 
Plan For Success!

Come to our Corporate Data Center in Bellwood, Pennsylvania; to see how you can protect your business.   

Link is located in a safe, central location, and is prepared to provide on-site and remote access to your IBM mid-range information systems. We have the facility, the system, and the expertise you need to survive a disaster.

  • Secure Granite Slab 30,000 sq. ft. Facility
  • Uninterruptible Power Supply w/backup 2000 Amp Diesel Generator
  • Fireproof Walk-in Vault
  • Remote VPN access – 7 X 24

Guaranteed successful initial test           Local and remote access for testing
Annual testing / Workspace available        Engineering support available

[Click here] to request information, or to schedule an appointment to assess your plan.

Customer Spotlight: Philips Production

Link Computer interviews Ernie Pate, Director of IT at Philips Production about why he chose Link Computer to handle their Disaster Recovery.

[Click here] to read the interview.

 

If you're running Microsoft Server systems, we have disaster recovery  

No Charge Technology assessment!

Link's Solutions Architect will discuss your current Information Technology Plan, and evaluate ways to improve your use of Power Systems Technology.

For more information, [Contact us]

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