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Codero Launches Disaster Recovery With Off-Site EVault Storage

April 28, 2011 by  

Webmaster ToolboxLenexa, Kan. Codero announces a service to help businesses of all sizes increase the reliability of their backup strategies. The provider of optimized hosting infrastructure will assist customers with designing, deploying and managing Disaster Recovery (DR) customized to their needs. The off-site backup solution can help ensure business continuity of mission-critical applications, data, hardware and communications in the event of an unplanned service failure or disaster.

Relying on EVault backup storage, data is securely transferred and continuity is ensured through network storage to help avoid data loss. Disaster Recovery from Codero is available for small and large enterprises all over the world and can be specifically designed to meet technical and budget requirements. As an extra layer of data center protection for dedicated hosting and cloud computing, Disaster Recovery supports all operating systems including Windows®, Linux and Unix®.

Disaster Recovery can be created by simply adding EVault off-site storage to a server or by adding EVault off-site storage to load balanced servers. Customers can set their own data backup schedules and can pay for only the storage used. There are no setup fees.

About Codero
A leading provider of optimized infrastructure, Codero creates flexible and scalable environments using dedicated, managed and cloud hosting. All Codero services and products are backed by SAS 70 Type II secure data centers, live 24/7/365 U.S.-based support and a seasoned staff with international experience in the hosting business for over 15 years. An industry innovator, Codero has a customer loyalty Rewards Program and offers green hosting from the Phoenix, Arizona data center and six points of presence. For more information about Codero, please visit www.codero.com.

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