How to Choose the Best Texas Data Center for Disaster Recovery


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It’s your worst nightmare. Your company has been the victim of a ransomware attack, your servers have died, or someone accidentally deleted your most critical data. Hurricanes and other natural disasters also represent a significant threat.

If you do not have a disaster recovery plan, the consequences can be catastrophic.

The average cost of an infrastructure failure is more than $1,600 for every minute of downtime. That adds up to $100,000 an hour.

In response to these serious risks many businesses have migrated to using data centers for colocation.

Learn more about the benefits of data center colocation and how to set up a request for proposal for your colocation needs by downloading the Executive Report on this page.

When choosing a Texas data center, there are two key questions you need to ask:

  1. What safeguards does this data center have in place to prevent failure?
  2. If a disaster occurs, how quickly can we get back to business as usual?

The best way to prevent a disaster is to prepare for it. With the right safeguards in place, you can drastically mitigate the impact.

Here are just a few of the important considerations you need to evaluate:

  • Redundancy
  • 24×7 Monitoring
  • Time to Get Back to Business as Usual

Learn more about these topics and how to set up a request for proposal for your data center colocation needs by downloading the Executive Report on this page.