MARS testing is underway for 2020
by MACC’s Technical Support Team
Companies currently enrolled in our MACC Application Recovery Service (MARS) are entitled to an annual test of the service. This testing is now underway! It is a great opportunity for you to test your company’s disaster recovery ability. During the test, MACC will restore your database within our hosted environment and provide access for up to three users. Your recovery application and data will be available at the start of your scheduled day and will be accessible for up to eight hours.
New for 2020, we have improved the scheduling process! If you have not already scheduled your annual test, please do so by completing the MARS test form on our website. It takes just a minute to complete. If you have any questions, contact MACC’s Technical Support Team at 402-533-5300 or [email protected].
Not a MARS Client? Enroll today!
MARS backs up your company’s Customer Master and Accounting Master databases. If disaster strikes…your company will be ready. As another spring is about to begin, clients in areas of the country with frequent severe weather should review their disaster recovery plans. Subscribing to MARS is an excellent start for your disaster preparation. For details, view the MARS fact sheet and contact your MACC Client Relations Manager or Account Manager to enroll.
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