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  Secure Off-Site Backups:
TAD uses Symantec’s Protection Network latest offsite backup facilities to back up your
data nightly. Your data is then stored offsite for one year. If you need information we can
easily retrieve it. To learn more about Symantec’ Data Protection click here.
  Hosting Facility:
Our hardware is hosted by NetRiver. Our in-house technical team works in tandem with
Packet Drivers, a leader in technology platforms in Seattle, WA to make sure our hardware
is up to date and functioning at maximum efficiencies.

99.97% guaranteed high-speed core network uptime.
24x7x365 monitoring by industry-certified on-site staff
Multi-layered security backed by digital surveillance and 24x7x365 on premise staff
Redundant power systems with back-up generators, UPS systems and Sophisticated
  fire detection and suppression systems
Advanced HVAC systems for cooling and air purification, providing optimal server
  operating conditions
Fully meshed and redundant networks

To learn more about NetRiver click here.

TAD uses 128 bit SSL security provided by GeoTrust to ensure secure and confidential
  client-server transactions while users are logged into their TADAccounting accounts. This
  means you can rest assured that communications (e.g. credit card numbers) between your
  browser and the TAD servers are private and secure when the SSL session is activated.
TAD internet and intranet network connections are firewalled and filtered to allow only
  permitted traffic.
Files on TAD are locked using Microsoft® Windows security and permissions. TAD   authentication methods for logins use the Kerberos protocol which is among the most
  secure and reliable protocols for authentication.
TAD constantly monitors Microsoft security updates for its systems and applies all
  necessary security patches.
TAD provides hard drive redundancy in case of hard drive failures and data clustering
  in case of server failures. With hard drive redundancy, a second hard drive takes over if
  one fails. With data clustering, data is replicated to a secondary server creating two sets
  of live data in case one server fails.
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