UK (PRWEB) December 16, 2005
A Belgian company 444.Net N.V. http://www.444.net engaged in the business of on-line shopping comparison and internet searching service shall open three (3) sites http://www.tsunami.ws , http://www.hurricaneforum.info , http://www.earthquakeonline.info that would cater to disaster circumstances such as server disaster and other disasters, whether natural or man-made, which threatens or have compromised vital data and archival materials.
This company, the 444.net, has large offshore developments with a human resource of 20 persons in India managing the technology. There are also 10 moderators in South America doing the Spanish and Portuguese sites and 12 persons in Bulgaria manning the Dutch, French, German, English and Italian sites. This dedicated team is expected to grow to 200 moderators and operators in the coming year.
The three new sites will be professionally edited by three full time moderators from the group working in Bulgaria. These sites are specifically aimed at providing recommendations for securing computer back up data as well as providing assistance in disaster recovery circumstances when the unexpected and unwelcome scenario of disaster does happen. Experts agree that it is much easier to develop a disaster recovery plan when there is at least a basic existing plan to work on rather than to have none at all.
Government is telling us to back up our data and rightfully so. However, common sense should tell us that there need not be any legal directive that should compel us to do it but rather a simple, basic adherence to the dictates of sound business practices that should make us do so. A comprehensive disaster plan is automatic, cost effective, safe, secure, informative, flexible, versatile and most of all invaluable.
The site, http://www.444.net would like to inform the public that at present, they have a total network of 1000 live sites. They intend to double this in the year 2006. This is seriously being undertaken by the company to demonstrate their willingness to be of continued and responsive service to the consumers.