Hurricane Season Webinar Covers Protecting Data and Apps From Disaster

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Summary: On June 20, AISN will conduct a free webinar to promote disaster readiness and a greater understanding of how the cloud can help businesses prepare for a disaster.

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AIS Network is a pioneer in data hosting.

As part of its hurricane season disaster recovery awareness campaign, hosting pioneer AIS Network will present on June 20, at 2 p.m. EDT, a live webinar entitled, “Are You Ready? How to Protect Your Data and Applications From the Next Frankenstorm.”

Webinar registration is online via:

The free session is geared toward businesses and state and local governments that want to prepare for a worst-case scenario and avoid downtime and data loss following a disaster.

Participants will gain an understanding of why safeguarding data and mission-critical/customer-facing applications in the cloud is simply a better idea than traditional tape backup and do-it-yourself disaster recovery. They’ll learn:

  •          Why a disastrous event can put you out of business
  •         How to mitigate data loss
  •         How the cloud fits into disaster recovery
  •         Steps toward implementing an IT disaster recovery plan

About AIS Network
AIS Network takes businesses to the cloud. This year marks the hosting pioneer’s 20th anniversary as a leading provider of fully managed hosting for mission-critical applications, data and online businesses with demanding security, compliance and responsiveness requirements. Whether you’re using our private cloud, public cloud, hybrid cloud, or good old-fashioned dedicated hosting, we take the worry out of your IT. Our world-class, disaster-resistant facilities and commitment to quality service ensure that our customers aren’t just satisfied – they love us. Unlike many cloud hosting companies, AISN, a SSAE 16 Type II-compliant organization, personalizes client service at every level, inspiring full confidence that mission-critical data, applications and email are in reliable hands. Visit

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