“Advanced Data is responsive to our needs and they’re local, and we like to go local.”
Tim Johnston, CEO
Mercy Urgent Care
“We selected Advanced Data based on knowledge and skills sets. We continue to be pleased.”
Anthony Sutton, Accounting and Systems Manager
“I have the security of knowing Advanced Data is always there and that our data is safe; that’s priceless.”
Suzy Whisnant, Business Manager
“I get calls everyday from IT companies that want our business, but I always say we have a local company that fulfills all our needs.”
Russell Borghere, Information Systems Manager
“They are always professional. They’re serious about having the best people they can get.”
Chris McCoy, Manager, Business Technology
OMG Roofing Products
“They really care about their customers and they teach me to do things myself. I’ve always found them honest and real.”
Charles Long, Director of Technology
Where the Mountains meet the Cloud
Advanced Data is Asheville’s IT department, and now
Asheville’s Data Center!
Welcome to Advanced Data
For over a decade Advanced Data has been Asheville’s IT Department and the leading provider of Cloud Sync, Business Phone Systems, Managed IT Services, and IT Project Consulting for Asheville area businesses. We’ve been around that long because we take time to listen to your technology challenges, understand your goals, and collaborate with you to design the best solution. Advanced Data’s IT will act as your Tech Support Department, providing the solutions and support for all your IT needs. We’ll focus on your IT so you can focus on your business.
IT is NOT my thing
Had an issue where I was not able to successfully upgrade the IOS firmware on a Cisco 4351 router. This model of router runs IOS-XE and has some slight differences in feature set compared to legacy IOS. For example “ip dns server” was not an available...
In my first post on showing the client IP addresses through a Barracuda ADC load balancer, I showed how to get Direct Server Return to work for clients on the same network by adding loopback interfaces on the back-end servers. In this post I will discuss a problem...
In order to see the client origination IP address on the real back-end servers when a Barracuda ADC load balancer is used there are two options. The first is to use layer 4 load balancing on the service type. The other option is to use a layer 7 proxy service and...