Sep 06, 2017
By all indications, Hurricane Irma will be a force to be reckoned with and is forecasted to hit the shores of South Florida sometime this weekend. Once Hurricane Irma makes landfall in South Florida, it will be the first major hurricane (classified as Category 3 or above) to make landfall in the region since Hurricane Wilma in October 2005.
Host.net is based in South Florida and our team has extensive knowledge of the catastrophic impact of natural disasters. That is why we have made it a top priority to work with businesses in the area to ensure they have a disaster recovery plan in place so that their internal systems and data remain connected and protected. Our compliant and certified facilities in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale are well equipped to weather the storm, keeping our customers’ data up-and-running as Hurricane Irma passes through the region.
We keep our client’s data safe with our resilient, highly available Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity (DR/BC) solutions, including:
- Hybrid combinations of cloud and secure colocation
- Failover options to a disaster recovery site using private Layer 2 circuits
- Recovery of disrupted IT systems, networks, and other critical assets
- Block-level replication to an alternate site on the Host.net backbone
- Guaranteed and customized disaster recovery workspace options
- Dedicated, high-speed, cost-effective Internet connectivity
To all our customers and partners – please stay vigilant and safe this weekend.