John Banks launches Eastern North Carolina’s data center



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John Banks

Businesses large and small throughout Eastern North Carolina now can enjoy true state-of-the-art, maximum security data backup and storage with Banks Datacom of Greenville, NC.

The 2,500 sq. ft. facility features high-speed, high-capacity storage servers and internet bandwidth so any type of business can store critical data — from customer and patient records to computer hard drives and operating systems — at this remarkable facility.

High speed network servers

The data center not only is fireproof and secured with digital access, but also features diesel generators that can keep the facility operating in the event of weather-related events.

Data security is becoming problematic for business owners, as government regulations and customers demand data storage and data recover plans in order to be approved for business. Banks Datacom can provide these services for all businesses, regardless of size or location.

Banks also believes in the personal touch, customizing storage solutions and budgets to meet the individual business needs, avoiding the “cookie cutter” approach with long holds on support calls.

For additional information, visit www.banksdatacom.net

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