Q&A Using a Colocation Data Center for Disaster Recovery

In this Q&A, written by John Hilliard from TechTarget, independent disaster recovery (DR) expert Paul Kirvan discusses specific issues organizations should consider before choosing a colocation data center for DR.

Colocation data centers can serve as geographically separate DR sites for organizations that cannot set up a secondary data center and do not want to use a cloud DR service. While there are certainly benefits to this approach, organizations have to resolve some important
considerations, such as who will have access to data and will it be available if a DR situation arises.

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