MOREnet to Host Three Web Seminars on New Services in August
MOREnet recently announced the availability and continuing development of new services that leverage the robust statewide network that connects member organizations.
Join Chip Byers, Director of New Initiatives for a series of three Web Seminars as he provides an informational overview of these exciting new services from MOREnet.
NetCentric Services Overview
Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Find out more about the new services MOREnet is offering and get the latest on what is currently under development. Chip will give an informational overview on the new Colocation Service and Network Storage services. He will also introduce MOREnet's new Network Backup service that will be launched soon.
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NetCentric Service Web Seminar: Network Storage and Network Backup
Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 9:00am - 10:00am
Join Chip Byers, Director of New Initiatives as he provides an overview of two new MOREnet services.
The Network Storage service will allow members to store their data in a secure, off-site data facility that connects directly into the core MOREnet network. This data appears as directly-connected network storage. This service will allow members to increase storage capacity quickly, at a minimal expense.
The Network Backup service will allow members to backup mission critical data to an off-site location. Members will have access to a hosted backup service located in a secure data facility that connects directly into the Core MOREnet network.
NetCentric Service Web Seminar: Colocation Service
Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Join Chip Byers, Director of New Initiatives as he provides an overview of the new Colocation Service MOREnet's new Colocation service.
The Colocation service will house member-owned equipment in the UM/MOREnet data center. Members collocating equipment have access to secure data facilities with rack space, power and connectivity. This facility has direct access to the MOREnet Core network with Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to servers. Members can effectively manage their own equipment in a secure, off-site facility.