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How to Protect Your Data Center?


It seems like almost every day, another story about a massive data breach hits the news. When this happens, the consequences to a corporation can be tremendous. Data breaches fuel feelings of mistrust. Data protection and cyber security is a hot topic, and with good reason. Thinking about your organization, you may be wondering, what is the best way to protect your data center?


There are many options for corporations to protect their data centers. Considerations include the location of your data center, types of equipment used, monitoring of hardware, and limitations on access to your data center. You should also consider any environmental impacts that may affect your data center, like flooding, power outages and natural disasters. You should ensure measures are taken to minimize any potential impact to your data, should an unforeseen event occur. 


If you do not have a dedicated technology division or even an individual at your company, you should definitely consider hiring a company, such as ISC Group. If nothing else, you’ll want a reliable monitoring service that can look out for not only the information within your data center, but also the actual condition of the center and its equipment. 

How does ISC Group help their customers solve data protection problems?  One way is that ISC Group provides a one of a kind remote monitoring system that enables a proactive approach to data center maintenance and optimization.  With this type of service, you can elect to be notified immediately if any problems occur and take swift action before the damage is irreversible. 

ISC Group also helps with data protection, for customers who utilize tape storage.  If you want to protect your data center virtually from cyber-threats, this is especially true. When using tape storage libraries it is much simpler to safeguard your data. Tapes do not take up much space, can be stored in a chronological or categorical method, and are virtually unhackable. 


Overall, protecting the data center should be a top priority to every corporation that relies on information to operate. Not only does a compromised or vulnerable data center pose a risk to individual companies, but it can have detrimental results to a company’s reputation. These can have a ripple effect within the organization itself and even the entire industry. Customers are questioning more than ever the safety of their personal information. With a personalized data consultation, you can protect yourself and your data center right away.


ISC Group helps their customers by providing technical support as well as on-site services. ISC Group has been protecting data storage for their customers since 2003. Based out of San Diego, CA, ISC is a single-source data protection service. ISC Group data storage experts can help you evaluate which solutions are best for your business, so you are prepared for any situation you may face in the years ahead. The time is now to get protections in place.


To receive a free consultation, on how ISC can help you protect your data, please call 858-573-8600 or send an email to

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