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Site Recovery Manager

Using Site Recovery Manager (SRM) replication for disaster recovery

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vmware SRMWebhosting.net is an expert in offering enterprise-class disaster recovery services. We specialize in deploying VMWare’s Site Recovery Manager (SRM), the industry’’s leading disaster recovery management product.

By selecting Site Recovery Manager, your firm can ensure that it deploys the simplest, most affordable and most reliable disaster protection for all of its applications deployed on virtual machines. Virtual machines can run everything from the most sophisticated database systems to a firm’s entire desktop deployment, which include operating systems, office suites and other applications and end-point network security.

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A VMWare Site Recovery Manager In Every Office

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vmware srm pricingLosing data is never pleasant. Losing your clients’ data is even less so. Major data loss can lead to customer loss, major dissatisfaction, and falling client appreciation ratings, not to mention the detrimental effect such an event would have on staff morale. Server failure is something that everyone hopes never happens to them, and yet it does happen to company after company. Importantly, failure can occur for a multitude of reasons, including hacking, staff error, natural disasters, vandalism etc. Statistically, experiencing this kind of calamity often leads to a company’s demise. While the facts speak for themselves, an easy and affordable solution is available in a VMWare site recovery manager, also known as SRM.

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VMware’s SRM Disaster Recovery Plan

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VMware’s Site Recovery Manager, or SRM for short, has contributed in a revolutionary way to how disaster recovery plans are put together. The complete list of benefits that accompany SRM that have been touted by customers and tech experts alike are impossible to compile into any kind of list able to fit here. Among these are a reduced recovery time of systems, improved success of disaster recovery, the prioritization of disaster recovery resources based on your unique business needs, and the ability to test your disaster recovery plan on a regular basis.

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