Storage is cheap. That’s the consensus. Hard disk cost per megabyte, gigabyte, and even terabyte drops faster than a political promise after Election Day. A small business owner can easily obtain enormous hard drives to back up their computers to. And that’s the problem.

1. Researching of what type and size and speed and how reliable/redundant.

2. Daily, Weekly, and Monthly management of it or them.

3. Cost to power and cool them. Heat destroys Electronics.

That isn’t comprehensive. There are also problems with backup software, software versions, licensing, catastrophic failures and warranty issues. Is there a business owner that doesn’t love spending hours calling/emailing trying to get an RMA? Yes, I am being facetious. That monolithic hard drive you got for a song, gives no peace and is more of an inconvenience than anything else.

What if you had an Enterprise level data center? An Air Conditioned one, with redundant power and internet connections of course built about ten floors higher than the last flood. They are only about $100,000.00 to build. Well, that’s probably a conservative estimate. What then? Sacrifice old hard drives to the digital Gods of yore? No. Maybe check out Amazon’s offering? https://aws.amazon.com/s3/pricing/ If you can figure out how much that is going to cost you a month, I will buy you lunch. I’m serious. I am wicked smart and have no idea how to figure out three sets of three variables and a couple of unknowns to get a price.

Zypha USA has your storage concerns solved. We have the Enterprise grade Data Center with redundancy and fault tolerance. Since you work via the internet inside our data center, everything you do is backed up, and we manage it 24 hours a day every day to maintain a 99.99% uptime. As long as you are able to connect to the internet, your virtual hard drive is available. Your virtual office is available. That makes you available to focus on what you are in business for.

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