Allentown, PA (PRWEB) November 3, 2005
INetU Managed Hosting (http://www.inetu.net) announced today the debut of its Business Continuity Hot Site service, which will allow organizations with mission-critical Web sites to have geographic failover and minimize the impact of a crisis.
"We are pleased to make this service available to our clients," explains Dev Chanchani, INetU's President. "Disaster recovery is one of the emerging concerns for companies running important applications over the Internet. Our Business Continuity Hot Site service has been built specifically to help clients come up with a strategy to enact. Having a well-thought out disaster recovery plan allows businesses to make smart decisions in a crisis, so no one has to panic."
The service, available only to INetU Managed Hosting clients, places servers in geographically diverse data centers and synchronizes the data between the two locations according to a schedule customized for the client's specific needs. Should a crisis occur that renders the client's primary site unavailable, the disaster recovery site can come online in short order and keep operations running smoothly.
INetU manages hundreds of Internet servers belonging to customers focused on doing business over the Web and works to ensure that each client's Web servers are running smoothly 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. INetU's clients include recognizable names such as Microsoft, Infosys, Raymond James Financial, DreamWorks SKG, Sure Fit, Harriet Carter, KidsPeace, Writing.Com and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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