Data Hosting Service - Secure & Flexible
When customers utilise IPC’s document scanning services, the option is usually for them to host their own data. This may be within IPC’s mstore EDM system, or just residing on a network location, or within another legacy system.
However an increasing number of clients are looking to outsource the hosting of their data, to ease pressure on their own IT resources.
As an electronic data capture company IPC can offer a range of flexible data storage solutions based on its own in house systems. Scanned data is stored on the latest high specification servers, with a number of back up / resilience options. Access to this data is via a separate web interface (.net3) located on another front facing server, which authenticates and services data retrieval requests, thereby protecting the main data servers.
We can host data to meet a range of practical SLA’s, with the web browser element based on our highly developed mstore EDM solution. We can offer a range of options to suit individual customer needs.
- short or long term contracts
- closed data base or incrementally added hosting
- access based on concurrent user or pay per view
- competitive monthly charges for volumes hosted
- high powered servers
- local and additional off site back up options
- high spec. firewalls
- dedicated 2mb leased line access
And we are not limited to just working with clients who utilise our Bureau services. If you have an archive of scanned data that is taking up precious on line, near line or archive media, or if you need external customers or staff to regularly access this information, IPC’s web based hosting service is ideal. Our on demand hosting options mean that even with multiple sets of information access can be restricted so individual customers can only see their own data.
IPC can also offer technical services to consolidate various information sources into a single repository for viewing.
Call us today to discuss your data hosting needs, or fill out our on line form for a fast quote!
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