The country could be hit by a wave of major cyberattacks in the new year, based on a newly released report....Read More
Never overlook the human element of recovery - your workforce is the engine that powers productivity and needs to get back to business ASAP when obstacles come up.
Our next-generation, service oriented architecture delivers truly unified, fully managed protection and recovery for all your data & systems.
From power generator delivery to voice and data communications recovery, we make sure you stay plugged in when everyone else is lights-out.
It’s time to change the way you think about disaster recovery. Most businesses tend to put recovery on the back burner, but at Continuity Centers, overcoming business interruptions is mission-critical. Our approach to recovery is unlike any other - it’s all we do, and we do it right. The philosophy is simple yet powerful - People, Technology and Business. We work with you on all fronts, every step of the way, to identify weak links in your current strategy, build a tailored recovery environment and test all systems rigorously so you can handle anything thrown your way. Your continuity needs are our top priority - we stop at nothing so that nothing will stop you.Learn More
We’ve taken the complexity out of recovery by building a simple model that works for all businesses. Let our pros handle the details while you focus on pushing your company to the next level.
With a deep knowledge base and powerful resources on hand 24/7, you’ll never be without the guidance and expertise you need to succeed.
Our proven 100% success rate says it all. As veterans of the industry, we know what it takes to keep you in business.
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In partnership with The Business Continuity Institute, Continuity Centers is proud to present its inaugural Road to Resilience Conference on Nov. 16....Read More
A huge swath of internet users were unable to access household name websites on Oct. 21, due to a massive DDoS attack. ...Read More
Major disasters seem to be on the rise again after a lengthy stretch of limited activity, according to newly released data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra...Read More