Client Success Stories
E Squared C converted Gray Matter to a virtual server environment. Dual, expandable, high performance servers were introduced. Between those machines, several virtual servers were created to handle each aspect of the business independently.
Updates to the database server no longer require cutting off mail and file services. New services can be added, tested and deployed without disturbing existing ones. Backups, stored on and off site, can be made for data and the virtual machines to ensure minimal downtime in the event of failures or disasters. Development of their expanded Internet presence can start in the virtual environment and be transferred to a web host when complete.
Gray Matter is now free to take advantage of its potential, without being hampered by inflexible technology. Server virtualization is one of the many solutions E Squared C can provide. Let us help you to realize the potential of your company. Contact us for more information.
E Squared C created and executed a new backup system designed on Veeam technology. This software allows Edgewood Companies to have a server imaging software for fast server restores. This software can also replicate servers for zero downtime. With the new system in hand E Squared C also updated the companies disaster recovery plan to account for new systems deployed.
E Squared C IT services also introduced a new Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 terminal server to allow employees access to company resources from anywhere in the world. This server can also function as a short term desktop replacement if needed.
E Squared C Inc. also provided DCSID with a way to record and quickly access all of its archived documents via a new document management system. Before this system DCSID never knew what documents they had or how to find them. This new system allowed them to retrieve any document from over 40 years old. This information then was able to be shared with vendors or other government agencies.
Additionally, E Squared C Inc. introduced a new remote access server to allow the use of SCADA system tools via secure remote access controls. The goal of this system is to allow for 24/7 monitoring and access controls and provide quick access to mission critical information.
Douglas County Sewer Improvement District (DCSID)