Sandy, Utah (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
If you’re a business owner and your place of business is damaged or destroyed by a natural or manmade disaster, what do you do? How do you stay in business?
Business owners have to address contingency plans for everything from power and Internet outages to employee sabotage to disaster recovery. Ensuring continued business operations, even in the face of difficult circumstances, is something that keeps many business owners awake at night.
That’s why the disaster recovery specialists at Perpetual Storage, Inc. — home to one of the safest, most secure off-site storage facilities in the world — created GoBox™. They saw a need to protect the viability and liability of businesses and assist them in getting up and running again after a disaster.
Like the name suggests, GoBox represents your company in a portable box. It’s your GoBox for restoring operations after a disaster.
With the Perpetual Storage patent-pending GoBox solution, clients can:
Perpetual Storage, Inc. is a unique, climate-controlled facility for corporate, government and private clients. It employs the latest advancements in security and safe storage of digital data while delivering white glove client service. GoBox is the company’s newest disaster recovery product. For more information visit PerpetualStorage.com/GoBox or call 801-942-1950 to speak with a Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity consultant.
About Perpetual Storage
Perpetual Storage provides off-site data security inside a granite mountain, located just outside of Salt Lake City. Since 1968 the Perpetual Storage vault has been home to digital data back-ups, disaster recovery tools and storage of important genealogical records. The company’s services are available 24/7/365 and its vault is protected by the most sophisticated security, including armed guards and 200 feet of solid rock. The Perpetual Storage vault, which can withstand any natural or man-made disaster, was built to exceed stringent U.S. Department of Defense requirements for the protection of critical records. For more information visit PerpetualStorage.com or call (801) 942-1950.