Preventing data disasters with Matt Johnson (Chief Technology Officer)

Intercity Technology Birmingham Data Centre

A data centre can be the difference between a complete data disaster, and effective data recovery. By entrusting your valuable customer data in one of Intercity’s UK-based secure data centres, you can be assured that your business’ vital customer information will never be without a lifeline.

What are the benefits of a data centre owned and monitored by Intercity’s ISOC?

With a core set of hosting service levels designed to meet every requirement, and with dedicated facilities located in the North and South of the UK, Intercity’s hosting services can be delivered around specific locations to suit the specific needs of individual businesses.

By taking away the burden of compliance, availability and security, Intercity’s Hosting Services save you time and money, reduce carbon emissions, and help your business work more efficiently.

What can we expect from the new Birmingham data centre?

The hosting floor is 300 square metres providing space for 100 racks. The centre is built to Tier III specification with N + N power provision (0.5MW power capacity), N + 1 HVAC with Hot Aisle containment and full carrier redundancy.
What are the key ‘need to know’ specifications of Intercity’s data centres?

Intercity’s hosting facilities are built to Tier III specification and ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO27001 certified and approved for N3 Aggregator status. They’re also built to CoCo and PCI standards, offering customers peace of mind that their data
is held securely and in line with key compliance requirements.

How secure are the premises that are home to your data centres?

The purpose-built facilities are protected by advanced physical security measures which include external and internal CCTV systems monitoring the perimeter of the buildings and key locations within each office environment. All CCTV is visible to Intercity Security Operations Centre (‘ISOC’) engineers 24×7 and recorded in digital format.

All access to the buildings and Intercity offices is via an electronic access control system, protected by an alarm and monitored by CCTV. Events from the alarm, CCTV footage and access control systems are archived for a minimum of six months.

How do customers know they’ll get the level of service that’s right for them?

Redundancy has been built into all environmental controls, providing confidence that you will get the best performance from your hosted equipment. Service continuity is guaranteed through resilient power and high bandwidth internet connectivity, meaning business critical systems will continue to operate normally even in a disaster situation.

The service is underpinned by Intercity’s own ServiceAlert™ management solution which delivers an SLA-backed response to alerts. Being located within our own premises, the 24×7 Help Desk provides further confidence that there will always be someone available to assist if needed.

Bespoke requirements that go beyond our standard co-location and complex service offerings can also be provided, with tailor made solutions designed to meet the specific needs of your business.

To learn more about our hosting services and the new Birmingham DC get in touch with us here today

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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from IT Security – Intercity Technology authored by Matt Johnson. Read the original post at: https://intercity.technology/preventing-data-disasters/