Move your systems to a hardened facility where you know
the lights are ALWAYS ON
Be Prepared. It is crucial to have an iron-clad disaster recovery strategy in place to protect vital data, systems and infrastructure and to maintain business continuity in the event of an outage.
VENYU’s hurricane-resistant data facilities and data recovery solutions can get you back to business quickly after disaster strikes.
Your data is worth being protected by the area’s most secure and reliable data center.
Move your systems to a hardened facility where you know the lights are always on and the internet is always available. Storing your server somewhere other than a commercial data center is risky. VENYU’s Colocation Hosting is a ﬂexible solution giving your business the space, connectivity and security needed for your servers.
• Maintained Operational Effectiveness and Efficiency Through all Hurricanes and Tropical Storms Since 2000
• Outside the 500 Year Flood Plain
• Roof Rated to Sustain Hurricane Force Winds
• 3,140 Square Feet of Business Continuity Space
• 3 Data Center Locations; Baton Rouge 1, Baton Rouge 2 and Shreveport
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TIPS & RESOURCES
Testing is Vital to the Recovery Process
Continually review your disaster recovery plan to ensure its continued relevance. Consistent testing is required to ensure employees will execute their roles flawlessly, and data protection technologies will restore business-critical assets within specified Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs)
Recovery Assurance is Priceless
Knowing vital corporate assets are protected and recoverable, and business operations will remain unaffected regardless of the situation around you, provides IT and executive professionals with peace of mind that many would argue is priceless.
Business continuity planning must account for all hazards (both man-made and natural disasters). Plan in advance to manage any emergency situation. Assess the situation, use common sense and available resources to take care of yourself, your co-workers and your business’s recovery. Carefully evaluate internal and external operations to determine which staff members, materials, procedures and equipment are absolutely necessary to keep the business operating.
- Baton Rougehttp://www.brgov.com/dept/oep/
- National Hurricane:http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/prepare/ready.php
- Business Emergency Plan:http://www.ready.gov/business
- Risk Calculator
Know what kinds of emergencies might affect your company.
Deciding to Stay or Go
Shelter-in-place or evacuate, plan for both possibilities.
Carefully assess how your company functions, both internally and externally.
Fire is the most common of all business disasters.
Your employees and co-workers are your business’s most important and valuable asset.
Take steps that give you the upper hand in responding to medical emergencies.
Think ﬁrst about the basics of survival: fresh water, food, clean air and warmth.
The federal government, states, communities and industry are taking steps to prepare for and respond to an inﬂuenza pandemic.
Protect and power your business during a disaster with our data centers and cloud and backup solutions.