sponsored by i365, makers of Evault
Posted:  30 Jun 2009
Published:  30 Jun 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

With assets at over $680 million, First Trade Union Bank is a well-capitalized, community bank offering a full complement of business and consumer products and services. Despite the economic downturn, First Trade is continuing to grow, and recently opened a new corporate headquarters in Boston to house all its non-branch personnel. When Rob Landstein joined the bank in late 2008 as Senior Vice President/Chief Information Officer, one of his major initiatives was to provide efficient systems for smooth data growth, including backup and recovery. It did not take long to determine that in the foreseeable future First Trade's data protection needs would outgrow its current provision for them.


Read this case study to discover how i365 worked with the bank to address compliance requirements for data security and disaster recovery, efficienctly accomodate data growth in a virtual environment, and enable LAN speed backups.

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