TAMPA and JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (August 18, 2008) – Peak 10, the leading independent data center operator and managed services provider, is advising businesses and organizations to review their disaster recovery and business continuity checklists as Tropical Storm Fay approaches the mainland.
Peak 10 is delivering a 15-minute webcast at 3:30 p.m. (EST) today, August 18, 2008, to provide business leaders with a quick summary of items to review to ensure they are prepared before the storm hits the Florida coastline.
To learn more about the webcast, please visit http://www.peak10.com/News-Events/events.asp. If you are not able to attend the 3:30 p.m. (EST) webcast, the content will be archived for future viewings at www.peak10.com , along with a downloadable disaster recovery checklist.
“As Fay approaches, we want to make sure that regional businesses are prepared for the potentially devastating impact of this storm,” said Jeff Spalding, executive vice president of market operations for Peak 10. “We fully recognize the importance of having effective emergency plans in place to guarantee the safety and security of our clients’ technology infrastructure and critical data in the face of disaster.”
With state-of-the-art data centers in nine major markets in the United States including Tampa and Jacksonville, Peak 10’s facilities are interconnected by a high performance, fully-redundant private network that allows its customers to back up their data real-time in multiple geographic locations. If you have questions, please contact Peak 10 Tampa at (813) 675-1010 or Peak 10 Jacksonville at (904) 279-1777.
Peak 10 utilizes its geographically diverse data center network to provide scalable business continuity solutions that ensure availability, security and integrity of critical data and business applications 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Utilizing Peak 10 solutions, businesses hit by disasters can immediately recover technology infrastructure, data, and applications through mirrored production environments and also gain much needed access to office space, communications equipment, bandwidth and hardware. Peak 10 owns and operates data centers in nine key markets that include Tampa and Jacksonville, Fla.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Atlanta, Ga.; Raleigh and Charlotte, N.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; Louisville, Ky.; and Richmond, Va.