A business is only as good as its continuity planning. Your data and applications are critical to the operation of your business. That is why it is imperative to develop a solid continuity and disaster recovery plan. At NVINT, we can help you develop the appropriate strategy to make sure your data and applications are safe. Our world-class data center and experienced technical specialists give you peace of mind.
We have a variety of strategies to keep your data and applications safe and can customize a solution to your needs:
The NVINT Advantage
World class data center
Data center location in Grand Rapids, Michigan which is a low risk area for disasters
Centrally located in the Midwest
3 hours from Detroit, Chicago and Indianapolis
International Airport just 2 miles from NVINT data center
Another strategy for making your business safe and your data secure is to co-locate data, applications, and hardware in a safe data center away from your on-site or local hot sites. Several strategies can be implemented based on the recovery speed and amount of data that can be afforded to be lost. We can have duplicate hardware that is readily available in the event you need it. This is a cost-effective way to minimize downtime. We can also employ duplicate servers that will mirror data continuously. This is the most effective strategy to ensure that no data is lost and you are back up as quickly as possible. We will build a comprehensive data protection strategy around your organizational needs.
The Data Center
Our data center is located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, safely out of harm's way. It is rated a low-risk area for disasters and features the latest in data center safeguards. In case of an emergency, access to Grand Rapids is readily available. Our data center is only 2 miles for the Gerald R. Ford International Airport and just 3 hours by car from major hubs such as Detroit, Chicago, and Indianapolis.
• Uninterruptible power to safeguard against power outages
• Gas-based fire suppression system to put out a fire without causing water damage
• Restricted access security policies
• Redundant Internet connectivity that uses a redundant, multi-homed fiber-optic network
• An experienced, disaster-tested technical staff
• A documented, tested disaster recovery plan
• Secure doors with biometric hand readers
• Fully anonymous data center exterior
• Silent alarm and automatic notification to law enforcement officials
• Immediate inspection of all incoming equipment