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A disaster, either natural or caused by human error, can occur at any moment.  Being prepared to cope with such a scenario is something many companies fail to do.  Taking the necessary steps to insure your companies continued operation during a disaster situation is what H5 COLO specializes in. 

We are specialists in Disaster Recovery as well as data protection.  H5 COLO has a Business Continuity Recovery Center with 90 dedicated workstations available within our hardened Data Center facility.  In addition to the workstations, H5 COLO has conference rooms and private offices. 

For customers that require more than 90 seats dedicated in 4,600 SF, H5 COLO can provide additional space in the 21-story building next door for large dedicated needs.  From business continuity planning to the hands-on execution of the continuity plan, H5 COLO’s experienced engineers provide full lifecycle  support of your corporate IT infrastructure. 

H5 COLO can tailor a plan that’s right for your company. H5 COLO is the trusted Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity partner to our many clients in diverse industries.

H5 COLO Can provide different configurations of Disaster Recovery:

Hot Site: A hot site is a commercial Disaster Recovery service that allows a business to continue computer and network operations in the event of a computer or equipment disaster. For example, if an enterprise's data center becomes inoperable, that enterprise can move all data processing operations to a hot site. A hot site has all the equipment needed for the enterprise to continue operations, including office space and furniture, telephone jacks and computer equipment

Cold Site: A cold site is a similar type of Disaster Recovery service that provides office space, but the customer provides and installs all the equipment needed to continue operations. A cold site is less expensive, but it takes longer to get an enterprise in full operation after the disaster. Data Center space, power and network connectivity are available when you need it.