HONOLULU, Hawaii — July 22, 2020 – DRFortress, the largest carrier-neutral data center and cloud marketplace operating in Hawaii, announces today that it has released best practices for Hawaii businesses to protect their mission-critical data, system and IT operations during the Central Pacific hurricane season, which began on June 1 and ends November 30th. DRFortress, Hawaii’s largest data center with the longest record and hardened facility, details recommendations for local businesses in a Hurricane Preparedness Guide to ensure business continuity and the protection of critical infrastructure and physical assets, while keeping employees safe.
The consequences of a hurricane can be devastating, and business owners who do not prepare a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in advance put themselves at risk. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40 percent of businesses do not reopen after a disaster – making it critical to have a proactive disaster recovery plan in place. “Prior to the beginning of hurricane season each year, the DRFortress team reviews our own hurricane preparedness checklists and protocols to ensure our data center facility meets and exceeds stringent physical and safety readiness requirements,” states Fred Rodi, President and Founder of DRFortress. “Protecting your critical business infrastructure is key to maintaining business continuity in the event of a disaster, and DRFortress is committed to helping the Hawaiian business community prepare and have peace of mind, not only during hurricane season but year-round.”
The DRFortress Hurricane Preparedness Guide for Hawaii Businesses features tips to protect your company’s critical data and infrastructure before, during and after the storm, complete with employee training, emergency kit recommendations and printable hurricane preparedness checklists.
DRFortress’ world-class data center is safeguarded against the impact of a tsunami, flood, hurricane, or other natural disasters, and the facility is located well outside the Island’s flood and tsunami evacuation zones, as well as the new extended or “extreme” tsunami evacuation zones. Our team of experts, with more than a century of experience combined, is ready to help your business prepare for hurricane season. Contact us today for more information. To download the free Hurricane Preparedness Guide for Hawaii Businesses, click here.
DRFortress is the largest and the only carrier-neutral data center and cloud marketplace operating in Hawaii. For 14 years, our company has been meeting the data center needs of Hawaii’s enterprises, content companies, system integrators, carriers, wireless service providers, cable companies, and ISPs. DRFortress provides customers customized high-end, resilient, reliable, environmental-friendly, next-generation solutions to meet their data-intensive business requirements, enabling them to focus on their core business. As Hawaii’s Digital Hub and largest business network, DRFortress houses the densest concentration of IP carriers and networks in Hawaii and is the only commercial Internet Exchange in the state to provide flexibility, cost-efficiency, and scalability for customers. Our world-class data center facility is located well outside the island’s extended flood and tsunami zones, ensuring your mission-critical data and systems are well-protected and your business’ IT operations are uninterrupted during an emergency or natural disaster. For more information, please visit www.drfortress.com.
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