How Colocation Data Centers Support Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

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A strong disaster recovery (DR) plan is like a lifeboat that preserves a business’s key resources to ensure business continuity. Get this new e-book from Sabey Data Centers that explores how through partnering with colocation providers, businesses can gain essential support, including strategic geographic positioning, reliable and sustainable power infrastructure, expert remote hands services, flexible sizing as DR capacity and more. 

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A strong disaster recovery (DR) plan is like a lifeboat that preserves a business’s key resources to ensure business continuity. Colocation data centers represent a much more cost-effective option compared with building a redundant site.

Maintaining a disaster recovery strategy is an essential consideration that can ultimately save a company from going out of business. However, 68% of small businesses don’t have a written DR plan, according to a Nationwide survey.  Partnering with a colocation data center can significantly reduce the risk of data loss while allowing businesses to retain control of their DR policy, IT deployment and software.

Companies of all sizes need a strong DR plan to protect their business continuity under any circumstances, and colocation centers are uniquely positioned to offer the expertise necessary to uphold written DR policies.

The world we live in is unpredictable, but with the right partner, businesses can weather any storm.

This new e-book from Sabey Data Centers explores how through partnering with colocation providers, businesses can gain essential support, such as strategic geographic positioning, reliable and sustainable power infrastructure, expert remote hands services, flexible sizing as DR capacity and more.