It is essential that all companies have a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place to protect the future of their business against any unforeseen circumstances that could cause loss of data. If this were to happen to your business without a disaster recovery plan then the loss of data would be catastrophic and something your business might never recover from.
CWCS Managed Hosting can provide a full disaster recovery solution from our two Nottingham based data centres. We provide a DR site for any businesses that has their own in-house server room or IT infrastructure. We can also provide further DR planning for customers who already have colocation hosting in a UK data centres.
We own and operate 2 data centres based in Nottingham so you will always have instant access to our technical engineers, who are only ever a few steps away from our data centre should you need their expertise or assistance.
Our connectivity is delivered through various Internet providers, enabling CWCS Managed Hosting to guarantee redundancy and high availability.
All our providers have invested millions of pounds in building reliable, sophisticated and redundant networks which allow us to offer high website and application availability to our customers. We review and monitor our bandwidth 24 hours a day, and have the ability to increase it with ease. We are currently using less than 40% of our bandwidth, even at peak times.
For more information on disaster recovery planning or our data centres, please contact our sales team on 0800 1 777 000.
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Compliant to ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 27001:2013, CWCS is independently audited for your assurance that you will receive the highest level of quality, and will ensure your information secure, intact, and only available to those authorised to access it.
The UK Government G-Cloud is an initiative targeted at easing procurement by public-sector bodies in departments of the UK Government of commodity information technology services using cloud computing.