Data Replication


Analyse, manage & replicate

Data replication is the process in which information residing within a physical warehouse or cloud-centric server for instance is replicated and copied. Businesses will replicate their data to increase access for individuals both within and outside their organisation. The service also exists as a way to backup information for the purpose of implementing a disaster recovery plan.

Over time, many businesses will increase data value through analytics and reporting. High demand for information results in real impacts felt both by individuals within and outside an organisation. Subsequently, important data-centric transactions can become delayed or lost, decreasing revenue and driving potential customers away.

Data replication ensures your information is flexible. DSCallards boast a team of experienced and knowledgeable industry experts who can guide you through the process with tech-centric strategies and solutions.

Data Replication

Frequently Asked Questions

How can data replication inform my business decisions?

By duplicating your data across various places, data replication allows you to boost the availability and durability of your data. This results in a number of advantages, such as:

  • Increased support for real-time analytics
  • More efficient access to important data
  • Optimised server performance
  • Implementation of forward-thinking disaster recovery strategies

Essentially, data replication gives you and your employees increased accessibility to crucial data and information that can be leveraged for the purpose of building forward-thinking business strategies and making data-driven decisions.

What is a cloud server?

A cloud server is a centralised server that is hosted and delivered over a network and accessed on demand by multiple users – typically using a secure internet connection. Cloud servers can perform the same functions as a traditional server but deliver processing power, storage and applications in a digital format.

Why is implementing a disaster recovery plan business critical?

Disaster recovery is the process of regaining access to your network or digital system following a disruption. In data analytics, disaster recovery plays a crucial role in ensuring important data is secure.

Through data replication, large and small businesses alike can ensure their data is replicated, copied and stored away from a centralised work environment – meaning if a disaster does strike, your data will be kept safe and secure offsite. This aids in getting your business back up and running quicker and ensures crucial information is not lost in the disruption.

How can big data add value to my business?

Big data is a crucial component in modern business operations and adds value to your organisation. Your business may already have important client data without even realising it, the analysis of which allows large and small companies to make forward-thinking, data-driven decisions based on the needs, wants, likes and dislikes of your target audience.

Understanding the trends between different data sets can transform how you do business, and provide you with high-quality information from which effective strategies can be built.

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