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How to improve your continuity by thousands

Most Information Technology and Communications (ICT) implementations are systems solutions that are either located in either one data centre or have single points of failure.  The benefits of using a secondary active data centre especially one in a different geographic location is exponentially beneficial.  It might even be as simple as using two data centres in the same city but separated by a suitable distance so that natural and economical challenges are mitigated.  Some challenges might be making certain there is differentiation on power grids.

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