Recover any media. In any format. Anywhere in the world.
When identifying and accessing data is vital, SullivanStrickler provides the fastest, most advanced data-restoration technology paired with the most reliable expertise.
Data restoration from backup tape requires knowledge of backup software, tape formats, and even application data itself. Our engineers have all these skills amassed over the last 30+ years. Our developers create routines for varying levels of interrogation into data on backup tapes and backup sessions. Our data engineers continually develop solutions for all data variances we are challenged with and have an extensive database of emulated back-up environments.
Our technology is fast and flexible and delivers unmatched reporting for audit trails and defensibility. If you have data that cannot go off-site but needs to be restored, our proprietary technology can be deployed globally on-site at the client location within 24 hours in most cases. Our team of experts will arrive on-premises with all the software/hardware required for the data to be extracted. We do this with no disruption to the client.
It is often the case that “created data” must be retained long after the system that created the data is still used. The legacy systems are often maintained with software licensing, hardware support costs, and human resources just to enable the occasional restore requested by the legal or compliance department.
SullivanStrickler has a solution set that reduces costs, improves functionality, and improves time to data for our clients who are struggling with their legacy backup systems.
First, we take possession of your legacy backup environments. Then we emulate, virtualize, or replicate them in our High Availability Vault (HAV) and provide online access to the systems as needed. Restore data on demand. Eliminate software, hardware, and other resource costs.
The client no longer needs the legacy backup system, but still has access to the system. We receive all off-site tape media and host in the HAV also, removing tape movement and handling costs and reducing time to data significantly. We populate all backup media and/or backup system database metadata to Invenire, our browser-based file metadata review platform, enabling files/mailboxes/databases to be located in seconds so that the exact tape or tape set can be restored. Our TRACS (Tape Restore and Cataloging System) software can scan, catalog, restore files from the legacy backup tapes without the original software. Message archives can be migrated to LEAR (Legacy Email Archive Review), our platform that consolidates messages from tape or other message archives to enable a lower cost single platform that creates filtered PST’s on-demand for legal, compliance, or business needs.
From call identification to keyword searching, SullivanStrickler has the ability to seamlessly recover logged voice data. Recovering call recordings and logs requires expertise in the source technologies utilized to create the backups which are not still maintained inside companies. Many large financial institutions are facing the massive challenge for proof of compliance that the recovery of this data poses. SullivanStrickler’s legacy voice logger tape processing has come to help several large scale corporations across many vertical markets when faced with this challenge.
Our proprietary software known as TRACS-VOICE builds a data archive of all required files, independently from the plethora of voice logger system methodologies that existed. Our technology searches for, extracts, convert to .wav, and plays any required file. Each restored file has a consistent naming convention structure applied, including;
Our engineers are experts in running tape drives and cartridges from all vintages of backup and tape. The voice logger systems, often from the ’90s to 2010 period, utilize helical scan technology such as 8MM, 4MM (DDS), and AIT, proving problematic based on their physical condition and age. SullivanStrickler has developed the necessary techniques and protocols for restoring data from even poorly maintained or damaged cartridges.
We provide legacy data solutions to some of the world’s leading organizations.
We believe companies should have total command of their legacy data. What would you like to do with yours?
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