Disaster Recovery

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Latest Headlines

CenturyLink wins $29M disaster recovery services deal with U.S. banking overseer

CenturyLink has won a contract with a $29 million ceiling to provide disaster recovery services to the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), which oversees the U.S. banking system.

Consolidated serves up UC, cloud services for Sacramento, Dallas business customers

Consolidated Communications is taking a larger bite out of the cloud services market with a series of new cloud offerings that it will initially offer to businesses that reside in its Sacramento, Calif., and Dallas metro markets.

CenturyLink opens Washington hydroelectric powered data center, enhances cloud, disaster recovery capabilities

CenturyLink has opened a new data center in central Washington that operates on hydroelectric power, a move it says will enable enterprises to lower their power costs while serving as another site to deliver cloud and disaster recovery services.

FairPoint sees disaster recovery services driving data center growth

FairPoint Communications is seeing a growing demand for its emerging retail data center business coming from businesses that want to implement a disaster recovery (DR) plan.

Lumos deepens Pennsylvania presence with new PoP

Lumos Networks is furthering its foothold in the Pennsylvania business and wholesale services market by opening a new Point of Presence (PoP) in Washington, Pa.

CenturyLink acquires DataGardens, adds disaster recovery to cloud portfolio

CenturyLink is acquiring DataGardens, a Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) provider based in Edmonton, Alberta, a move that immediately enhances the disaster recovery capabilities of its cloud service portfolio.

One year on, Hurricane Sandy's legacy resonates with telcos, wireline service providers

A year ago, Hurricane Sandy made landfall just south of New York City. The destructive impact of this superstorm affected wireline networks across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, and changed the way communications service providers prepare for and deal with disasters and other potential causes of large-scale outages. But have providers like Verizon, tw telecom and others done enough to keep customers connected?

US Signal adds backup capabilities to its cloud hosting line

US Signal, a competitive provider serving various Midwest markets, has added a backup capability to its growing Cloud Hosting service portfolio. With its Virtual Machine (VM)-based backup service, US Signal can replicate virtual services daily and store them in a remote, geographically diverse data center that it owns and operates.

AT&T study says businesses are being proactive about security, disaster recovery

AT&T's latest business continuity study revealed that more business customers have developed a disaster recovery and business continuity plan that incorporates a mix of cloud and wireless services.

Birch waives fees for Mississippi storm victims

Birch Communications on Monday announced that it will waive service charges for its SMB and residential customers that were affected by damage from the recent storms and tornadoes in Mississippi.