(The Hosting News) – IT Service Provider Atlantic.Net (www.atlantic.net), has officially announced it’s highly anticipated agreement with the world’s largest Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity publication, the Disaster Recovery Journal. Under the terms of the agreement Atlantic.Net will provide the critical technology platform and Fully Managed IT infrastructure to the Disaster Recovery Journal, backed by Atlantic.Net’s 100% uptime guarantee.
With the combined efforts of Atlantic.Net and the Disaster Recovery Journal entities such as Government, Non-profit and Enterprise Businesses can be better prepared for business continuity and disaster protection. “It is vital for our operation to stay up and running 100% of the time to ensure absolute availability of our information in the event of unforeseen circumstances like a natural disaster or simply a hardware or network performance issue” said Bob Arnold, President of the Disaster Recovery Journal, “with our own disaster protection strategies in place, backed by Atlantic. Net’s world class Fully Managed IT infrastructure, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery experts can now rest assured that they can depend on DRJ more than ever!”
“We are committed to delivering the most current information to help organizations prepare for disaster protection. In partnering with Atlantic.Net, we are certain that DRJ will continue to deliver comprehensive business continuity resources to our users” he added.“The Disaster Recovery Journal has put its trust and confidence in our abilities and we are privileged to power the Disaster Recovery Journal,” says Marty Puranik, Founder, President, and CEO of Atlantic.Net. “Atlantic.Net considers this relationship with DRJ invaluable as there is much to learn about business continuity plans beyond the realm of data. Atlantic.Net embraces this opportunity to promote this knowledge with other businesses.”
“Even companies with the most thorough contingency plans are at risk, in the event a disaster occurs, if that plan isn’t accessible,” Puranik added. “Atlantic.Net works hard to see that companies, large or small, have the resources available to them to ensure their contingency plans are readily accessible.”