Unfortunately, for small businesses, the financial burden of supporting a disaster recovery environment has, in the past, not been feasible. This is because a basic principle of Disaster Recovery is that data centers are geographically separated to insure that if an incident disables one data center, other data center(s) can take over the load. This means that High Availability is not enough, Disaster Recovery requires multiple systems in multiple locations.
However through the use of Mt Xia data centers, the costs associated with supporting a Disaster Recovery environment can be dramatically reduced, thus enabling small businesses to provide the protection they need.
Mt Xia's mission, goals, and plan associated with providing small business data center environments:
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