Miami Florida -- The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season will be very active with five major hurricanes of Category 3 or stronger, according to the latest forecast from Philip Klotzbach and William Gray of the Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science. The probability of U.S. major hurricane landfall is estimated to be about 140 percent of the long-period average, said the scientists, who issue several seasonal hurricane forecasts each year to satisfy the curiosity of the general public and to bring attention to the hurricane problem. Information obtained through March 2011 indicates that the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season will have significantly more activity than the average 1950-2000 season, they said April 6.
Starting June 1st., hurricanes will begin sweeping through the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean and will begin to capture headlines. Swimmers and surfers are at risk due to huge waves, but these massive storms pose a significant threat to businesses too. Once they move inland, hurricanes can damage or even destroy offices and company data centers, and potentially cost enterprises tens of thousands of dollars or more. Disaster recovery planning is critical for any enterprise, but for companies in hurricane-vulnerable areas, this is especially true right now.
That is why Cloud Caboodle has decided to offer the free use of a cloud gateway technology, the Nasuni Filer, to companies in hurricane-prone regions for the duration of the storm season. There are a number of offsite data backup solutions on the market today - most enterprises resort to disk, tape, or some combination of the two, says Brian McCarthy the CEO of Cloud Caboodle and well known speaker of the subject of disaster recovery. But the reality is that when you evaluate these solutions in terms of downtime, data integrity, cost, simplicity, and security, they fall short. Our SkySuite is an effective cloud gateway technology, on the other hand and can meet each of these critical standards, says McCarthy.
Speaking from experience hurricanes do level even the best of data centers, but if you were a Nasuni client, you would be able to access your file system in less than 15 minutes. Critical business documents could be recovered almost instantly, and it would all be done securely, simply, affordably and without the loss or corruption of data that is common with other solutions.
We want to help companies plan for disaster during this particularly dangerous season, we are offering the Nasuni Filer free to businesses in select cities throughout Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Lousiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas.
Our goal is to help as many businesses as possible get through this already intense hurricane season without losing critical business data. Nasuni customers quickly see the benefits of affordable, simple, and secure automatic offsite backup and disaster recovery.
For more information call (800) 557-6540 x111 or click www.cloudcaboodle.com
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