Infrastructure Recovery Services - work area recovery

Helping businesses and their employees continue working during a disaster or disruption

IBM Infrastructure Recovery Services - work area recovery provides alternate work environments to address the human element of a disaster or other business disruption. If employees cannot reach their workplace, even a company with the foresight to have a protected and functioning data center can stand idle. IBM Infrastructure Recovery Services - work area recovery helps enable productivity even in the face of disruption.

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Helping businesses and their employees continue working during a disaster or disruption

Disruptive events can take many forms-everything from the more common building floods, power failures and transit strikes to catastrophic events such as major storms and terrorist attacks. These events can range in severity, but they all can affect the workforce's ability to continue working.

IBM Infrastructure Recovery Services - work area recovery is designed to help companies maintain continuous business operations by enabling employees to stay productive.

Work area recovery offers three options for alternate work environments:

The solution leverages IBM's business resilience centers-security-rich facilities equipped with communications capabilities, multivendor IT equipment and a hardened data center. Each of our work area recovery options offers the technical and environmental quality, functionality, price competitiveness and flexibility necessary to keep operations going.

Options can be used independently or in combination and can be combined with IBM's full range of business continuity and resiliency services.

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