July 09, 2007
Data Protection Services, the leading provider of online backup and recovery services, has increased its ability to withstand any emergency with the delivery today of two additional emergency generators to its facility in Hammond, Louisiana. Jeff Danos, CEO of Data Protection Services, said, “We are always looking for ways to strengthen our ability to deliver uninterrupted service to our clients — no matter what catastrophe strikes them or us.” With multiple redundancies built into every facet of its operation and client data replicated to redundant data centers dispersed over a large geographic area, Data Protection Services already set the standard for the online backup industry. Added Danos, “We don’t try to compete on price with the low-end providers. We build in the protections and levels of service and support serious businesses require, yet we have priced our service so even the smallest business can afford quality data protection.”
The redundant power generators are designed to run on both natural gas and propane gas, keeping with company policy to never rely on just one source for elements critical to continuous client access for online backups and restores.