Table of Contents
- Who is DataChambers?
- What are the services your company offers?
- Can companies provide their own business continuity services?
- Do you think that the evolution of the business continuity industry comes as a result of our fear of terrorism or in addition to our nation’s heightened state of alert?
- What kind of screening do your employees receive? What sets them apart?
Who is DataChambers?
DataChambers is the region’s premier IT solutions company specializing in enhanced Cloud solutions, enterprise management and data center colocation services for businesses across the United States.
What are the services your company offers?
DataChambers offers affordable information technology services for companies concerned about the security and continuity of their operations. From our redundant network operations centers, skilled DataChambers technicians manage and monitor thousands of client devices around the clock, including networks, firewalls, servers, switches and routers. They provide the same seamless service whether the equipment is hosted in our own data center or based on a remote client campus or desktop.
- Data Backup & Restore
- 24/7/365 Help Desk
Can companies provide their own business continuity services?
Not necessarily. Back-up equipment, security, continuity seating, personnel, a separate facility, power generators, redundancy and the technology needed to keep a company running 24/7 in the event of a disaster is an enormous financial burden. DataChambers offers companies a very cost effective way to insure they can continue to serve their customers in the event of disaster.
Do you think that the evolution of the business continuity industry comes as a result of our fear of terrorism or in addition to our nation’s heightened state of alert?
No, it’s not fear that’s driven the creation of DataChambers, but sheer common sense. Companies have realized they can no longer stomach the enormous cost of business failures. In just 2002 alone, $106 billion in revenue was lost due to business failures. This just includes the business that was lost, it does not include the loss of facilities or tangible resources. Of the companies that experience failures, 94 percent go out of business within two years after the disaster. We know that the six percent that survive made it because they had some kind of business continuity plan in place. There is also another reason for the creation of the business continuity industry. Because of the inter-dependency of technology, it’s no longer just the huge, multi-million dollar corporations that are invested in complex data systems. Today, even small and medium-sized companies now have a sizable technological component that drives their investments and ways of doing business. Every company has an obligation to protect these resources.
What kind of screening do your employees receive? What sets them apart?
We conduct drug screening and a background check on every employee hired. The selected individuals demonstrate intelligence, interest and motivation and have the ability to do well under stressful situations.