Concerned About Sensitive Data Loss? Webair to the Rescue

  • October 01, 2015

A strong misconception abounds that managed providers are impervious to data loss. The truth, however, is that accidents can happen at any time, to any business. Finding a provider that takes data backup and protection seriously, therefore, is critical to the well-being of your business. Webair—a leading provider of cloud, Colocation and managed solutions—is one company that is addressing this problem head-on. Webair recently announced that it is now an official Veeam Cloud Provider and is offering Webair cloud backup through the highly esteemed Veeam Cloud Connect—Veeam® Software’s advanced and highly secure technology for connecting to cloud repositories and maintaining […]

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Webair Announces Seamless and Secure Off-Site Backup with Veeam Cloud Connect

  • September 29, 2015

Solution Enables Remote Enterprise Customers to Efficiently Recover Sensitive Data in the Event of Disaster, Data Loss or System Failure  NEW YORK, NY, September 29, 2015 – Webair, a leader in fully managed Cloud, Colocation and Managed solutions, today announces it is a Veeam Cloud Provider offering Webair Cloud backup using Veeam Cloud Connect from Veeam® Software, the innovative provider of solutions that delivers Availability for the Modern Data Center™.  The Webair offering enables remote enterprise customers to keep off-site backups of their mission-critical applications in Webair’s high-performance Cloud, including healthcare organizations that require HIPAA-HITECH compliant solutions.  Veeam Cloud Connect is Veeam’s technology that […]

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Webair Hires HIPAA Compliance Specialist to Its Healthcare Solutions Team

  • September 22, 2015

In 2013, a comprehensive study on the nation’s healthcare system appearing in the Journal of Patient Safety (2013;9(3):122–128) shocked the medical world with its finding that as many as 400,000 patients are lost each year due to preventable medical errors, making it the number three killer in the United States – third only to heart disease and cancer.  Many experts believe the appropriate use of Health Information Technology (HIT) can reduce this number.

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