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Data Backup And Encription Of Data On The Server

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by GIKUYU, Mar 5, 2006.

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    GIKUYU Thread Starter

    Jan 29, 2006
    Iwould want to propose a backup solution for one my clients i.e Veritus to be able to backup all their data on the network realtime, or any other solution available in the market.
    They recently had their data stolen (Physical theft of drive's) and their client contacts database compromised, they suspect rival companies did it,
    And i would like to integrate the solution(Backup with will be installed on the network) with an encription solution that can be able to encript the backup done and is taken off site and the existing data on the server(s)
    to ensure that even if the same happens again and the drives are physically stollen again the infromation on the drives is useless to the one who steal it if they cant decript it.

    And the internal data is proteced from unauthorised access even from other users in the network.

    So this is where data that has been backed up from the network is collected in the backup server and all this information can be collectively encriped and stored off shore and also the information existing the other servers( SQL, Exchange etc) is protected and if the drives are stollen then they are still useless to the theives.

    what do i go for
    and will it integrate with veritus or any other backup solution
    what is the price
    and the technical appplication of the solution and its feasibility

    kindly get in touch with me as soon as you can i have to do it in the morning tomorrow


    George Njoroge

    East African Data Handlers

    [email protected]


    ps. send me a mail soonest.
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