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Presenting The First Topic in the HRTC IT Forum “ When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business Fail? Explore Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Principles ” March 8th 2007 10:30AM-1:30PM. IT Forum Agenda:. 10:30 – 11:00 Registration & Networking

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Presenting

The First Topic in the HRTC IT Forum

“When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business Fail?

Explore Business Continuity &

Disaster Recovery Principles”

March 8th 2007

10:30AM-1:30PM

it forum agenda
IT Forum Agenda:

10:30 – 11:00 Registration & Networking

11:00 – 11:10 Welcome, Russ Herrell, IT Forum

11:10 – 11:35 IT Forum ITIL Overview, Russ Herrell

11:35 – 11:40 Cont. VisiNet/Net Telcos, Kim Haden

11:40 - 12:00 Connect to Data Center, Paul Diemer

12:00 – 12:05 Continuity First Intro, Kim Haden

12:05 - 12:30 Business Continuity, Sue Kerr

12:30 – 1:10 Disaster Recovery, Karen Cole

1:10 – 1:20 Q&A

1:20- 1:30 Closing Remarks, Russ Herrell

cvb net telcos origins
CVB/Net Telcos- Origins
  • In 2005, Continental VisiNet a leading Hampton Roads Internet Services provider and Net Telcos a leading Data Center & Managed Services provider in the Richmond Market combined assets.
  • Vision: Merge strengths of Proven Internet provider in marketplace and Top tier Data Center to create a Data Center based Communications provider
  • Why?- Great Demand for a top Data center in South Eastern Virginia Marketplace, to assist business with Disaster Recovery, Managed Services, SAN and government regulation compliance
net telcos vision for managed services
Net Telcos Vision for Managed Services

Provide connectivity back to the Data Center

Manage the area’s Top Data Center

Deliver service solutions

division of landmark
Division of Landmark

Division of Landmark Communications:

(Weather.com, Weather channel, Virginia Pilot News paper, Dominion (formerly Trader Publishing)

Leverage Assets Across Properties:

*Net Telcos, Richmond, Data Center Services

Anet, Chicago, Data Center Services

Web United, Florida, Application Services

Expedient, Philadelphia, Ethernet Broadband

Data Point, Baltimore, Business Internet

nFrame, Indiana, Leading Data Center

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VisiNet- 10 Years of service in Hampton Roads Marketplace

Specialty Provider to Business- no residential, telephone, cable tv

Small company support and service, Large parent for reliability and financing

Wired and Fixed Wireless connectivity Alternatives

Net Telcos- top Data Center in the South East Virginia Market

True 24/7/365 Managed Facility

100% up time since inception

Carrier neutral Partners

Expertise in Disaster Recovery Planning

Managed Services

the net telcos advantage
The Net Telcos Advantage

Price/value

Reliability

Network performance

Bandwidth options

Network capacity and reach

Customer service and technical support

service offerings
Service Offerings
  • High Speed Internet over T1, T3, Ethernet, Fixed Wireless, DSL
  • Hosting Applications- Web Sites, E-mail, Spam Protection, FTP Servers, SAN, NAS
  • Managed Services- web servers, mail servers, file services, firewalls, VPN,
  • Consultative Solutions- Disaster Recovery, Data Backup, Outsourced Support
cvb net telcos
CVB/Net Telcos

Financially sound

Business-oriented

Functionally superior

Consistent performance

Customer Service Excellence

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Extending The LAN:Connect Your Network to an Enterprise Data Center

Paul DiemerGeneral Manager

NET Telcos / Continental VisiNETpdiemer@nettelcos.com

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Presentation Overview

  • Identify a data center facility
    • Infrastructure
    • Location
  • Subscribe to managed services
    • Network
    • Server
    • Application
  • Drivers for extending the LAN
    • Lower costs
    • Address uncertainties
    • Increase productivity
  • Get your network connected
    • Standard Ethernet Interface
    • Internet access, point to point, combination
    • Virtualization

Data Center

Ethernet

Customer

Location

Customer

Servers

Customer

Servers

Customer

SAN

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Drivers for Extending the LAN

ADDRESS UNCERTAINTIES

INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY

LOWER COSTS

  • Do more (or the same) for less
  • Subscription-based software licensing
  • Consolidate support & maintenance costs
  • Focus on payroll management
  • Focus on your business
  • Prepare for the unpredictable
    • Growth
    • Disaster
    • Displaced users
  • Security concerns
  • Regulatory changes like HIPPA, SarBox
  • Flexible infrastructure enables latest technology or quick changes
  • Decrease time managing IT
  • Competitive advantage with new technology
  • Increase operational responsiveness
  • Do more for only incremental cost
  • Remote access
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Drivers for Extending the LAN - Uncertainties

  • Compelling Events
    • SEC mandate 9/11  “near-shoring” backup data center
    • Natural disaster
    • Sarb-Ox compliance  data archive, business continuity
  • Regulations
    • Check 21 - banks must accept facsimiles in lieu of the original check
    • HIPAA (Health Insurance Privacy & Accountability Act) - privacy  no paperwork / automate  justifies new network
    • Medicare - PACS Picture Archiving Communications System
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Drivers for Extending the LAN – Increase Productivity

Data Center

RemoteUser

  • VoIP
    • PBX
    • Conferencing
  • Security
    • VPN
    • Firewall
  • Applications
    • Load balancing
    • Management & monitoring
  • Storage
    • On demand SAN connectivity
    • Remotely managed back ups
  • Desktop
    • E-mail/calendar
    • Productivity

Headquarters

Managed Services

Regional Office

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Drivers for Extending the LAN

Colocation

Systems

Networks

Monitoring

Business Continuity

Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity are the two biggest drivers in push for Storage Area Networking

Managed Data

Center Services

Government

Regulations

More than 10,000 gov’t. regulations affecting storage in US have been implemented over past few years

OS ManagementApplication ManagementDatabase ManagementStorageBack UpsVirtual Private NetworksLoad BalancingVoice-Over-IP (VoIP)E-mail/Collaboration

The majority of LAN connections in US are Ethernet

10 Gigabit Ethernet will shift focus from LAN-only to a solution integrating LAN & MAN

Ethernet Driver Continuum

Bandwidth consumption will continue to grow as convergence continues

LAN Interconnection

Bandwidth Growth

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Managed Remote Data Back Ups

Storage Networking

FileServer

NAS & SAN

Get Your Network Connected

Ethernet

Voice

Voice-Over-IP

Back Ups

Storage

Management

Voice

Ethernet

Remote Management & Monitoring

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B U Y

B U I L D

  • Control
  • Dedicated facility
  • Faster Growth
  • Privacy = Security
  • Tailored to your needs
  • Scalable at incremental costs
  • Time to market
  • Operating Expense vs. Capital Expense
  • Leased Service vs. Private Network
  • Pay as you Grow
  • Management and Maintenance Outsourced to Service Provider
  • “Future proof”

Identify Data Center Facility

The decision to build a data center facility or buy space and services from a service provider can be made based upon a few key factors.

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Identify Data Center Facility

Data centers offer physical infrastructure to ensure a high availability environment that enables continuous computing including redundant power systems.

  • Operational features
    • Conditioned/uninterruptible power
      • UPS
      • Generator
  • Raised Flooring
    • Under-floor conduit
    • Detectors
  • Diverse telecommunications facilities
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Identify Data Center Facility

Data centers offer an environmental infrastructure to maintain a constant temperature and detect and extinguish fire.

  • Environmental features
    • Zoned air chilling
    • Advanced fire detection
    • Gas-based fire suppression
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Identify Data Center Facility

Data centers offer physical and logical security capabilities from cameras and caged space to biometrics and passwords.

  • Security features
    • Physical
      • Key tag readers
      • Closed circuit camera system
      • Biometrics
  • Logical
    • SecureID
    • Passwords
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Subscribe to managed services

  • Network
    • Routing
      • Routers
      • Switches
    • Security
      • Firewall
      • VPN
      • IDS
    • Load balancing
    • Break/fix support
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Subscribe to managed services

  • System
    • OS Management
      • Patching
      • Performance tuning
      • Upgrades
    • Application Management
      • Database (SQL, Oracle, etc)
      • Communication (E-mail, voicemail, etc)
      • Industry-specific customized applications
    • Remote Storage
      • Network Attached Storage (NAS)
      • Storage Area Networks (SAN)
    • Data back-ups
    • Break/fix support
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Subscribe to managed services

  • Monitoring
    • Device
    • Services
can your company benefit from a managed service
Can Your Company Benefit from a Managed Service ?

Questions to consider:

  • What is your data protection / storage strategy?
  • What changes are you planning to your network to support new applications or convergence?
  • What improvements to your business would be achieved with better information access?
  • What methods do you use to determine utilization on existing networks (how do you know you have enough, and is there lost productivity based on poor performance)?
  • Do you require a higher bandwidth solution for data intensive applications?
  • Are any of your applications latency sensitive (e.g. voice or video)?
  • Are you interested in convergence of voice/video/data onto one network for simplicity, efficiency, and overall cost reduction?
  • Do you have metro or regional connectivity requirements?
  • Do you anticipate geographic growth within your business?
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Support, Reputation, Industry Leader

Network, Reliability

Data Center services and Support

Aggressive, smaller industry leader in new technology

continental visinet net telcos are pleased to present
Continental VisiNet & Net Telcos are pleased to present:

Sue Kerr and Karen Cole

“When Disaster Strikes, Will Your Business Fail?

Explore Business Continuity &

Disaster Recovery Principles”