Sophicity Uses Continuum's Continuity247® to Offer Business Continuity

Posted August 18, 2016by Ben Barker

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Sophicity, a Georgia-based IT services provider, has expanded its relationship with Continuum. A recent case study released by Continuum details how Sophicity relies on Continuity247®, Continuum’s fully managed backup and disaster recovery (BDR) platform, to ensure data is securely backed up, protected and accessible to its clients.

Sophicity has used Continuum's  Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) platform backed by its industry-leading Network Operations Center (NOC) and Help Desk, since June of 2015. Sophicity's client base is made up of primarily local governments, cities and counties.

Nathan Eisner, Chief Operations Officer at Sophicity, had this to say about his company's decision to adopt Continuity247.


“When dealing with local government, you’re talking about public safety a lot of the time—police, fire and other emergency services, so it goes without saying that uptime for these organizations is absolutely critical. There’s a big difference between backup and business continuity, and our clients depend on us to offer complete and true continuity support. Continuity247 enables us to deliver on that promise. But not only are we able to restore data for our customers, we’re able to have them back up and running in a very short amount of time to continue business operations—whether a single server or an entire site goes down.” 

To access the case study, “Continuity247 Helps Sophicity Offer True Business Continuity to a Unique Customer Base,” visit: https://www.continuum.net/resources/msp-resource-center/success-story/sophicity.

 

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Ben is a member of Continuum's marketing team. He specializes in blog content as well as video production. Ben is a graduate of Emerson College and a huge Boston sports fan.


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