In 1983, when Connecticut Computer Science (CTCOMP) started offering IT infrastructure solutions to small and medium-sized businesses in Connecticut and western Massachusetts, they used the traditional solution provider model. As more of their customers moved to cloud-based technologies, CTCOMP started transitioning to a different disaster recovery platform.
This case study highlights:
- How CTCOMP strayed away from tape-based solutions to find one that better fit their new MSP model.
- Ways that CTCOMP was able to use StorageCraft to salvage a client's lost data.
- Test results from two restore scenarios.