Data center and web hosting provider Unisecure
is offering complimentary 'Disaster Recovery' options with colocation services. Unisecure, which recently celebrated eighteen years in the web hosting industry, has headquarters in New York, United States. Established in 1996, the company offers a range of options alongside colocation. These include shared, dedicated, and Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting and cloud hosting. The company operates five carrier-neutral facilities including sites in Philadelphia and Conshohocken in the United States.
Unisecure caters to more than 50,000 customers globally including companies like Canon, DHL, HP, Microsoft, Pepsi, and McDonalds. The company's colocation services offer a "highly redundant hardware network" that guarantees 99.995% uptime. Secured services are monitored on an ongoing basis and manual security procedures are in place to minimize possible threats. Its 'disaster recovery' options offer a range of features including full end-to-end IT framework perceivability and "round-the-clock observing and specialized help".
“Business continuity planning is usually related to high expenses and unpredictability," explained Unisecure's Vice President - Business Development, Benjamin. "Now we are offering this as a ‘Complimentary Service’ with the ‘Colocation Services’. That means if you opt for locating your server in our data center, not only it is safe and secured, but also, clients get an advantage of disaster recovery in the event of the climatic catastrophe. And having a disaster recovery service is great for your business.” Do you know of any other companies offering complimentary 'Disaster Recovery' options? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.