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TMCNet:  RES-Q(TM) Services Expands Recovery Center Footprint

[January 29, 2013]

RES-Q(TM) Services Expands Recovery Center Footprint

Jan 29, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Corus360's RES-Q(TM) Services is excited to announce the expansion of their Recovery Center services and locations. Headquartered in Norcross, GA, RES-Q(TM) specializes in helping organizations create, implement and maintain resiliency in their infrastructure and is now able to accommodate services across the nation with their growth into Detroit, Baltimore, the Carolinas, and Texas as well as internationally with a location in London.

"With the goal of making environments more reliable, more manageable, more centralized and thus more recoverable, RES-Q(TM) has shifted its perspective to consistently be aligned with an IT world where production infrastructure and acquisition decisions are driven by recovery requirements," stated Stephen Jones, Chief Technologist. "This perspective was the inspiration for a newly crafted solution, one that addresses the multi-faceted requirements of a proper and reliable Disaster Recovery plan." RES-Q(TM) understands that beyond the written plan, it is important to monitor servers in compliance with the plan, to access the data needed and to manage all the aspects of testing and actual declarations in one place. Bundled with a Quick Ship delivery of hardware infrastructure, the RES-Q(TM)360 HERO package is affordable, all-inclusive and can be delivered anywhere.

"RES-Q(TM)'s key deliverable to our customers is flexibility, and flexibility should include choice. We help businesses do things the way they want to do them - not forcing them to comply to manufacturers' offerings or services. We strive to guide organizations in developing resiliency in their IT infrastructure and we are dedicated to what we consider to be a holistic view of disaster recovery," shared Jones. Corus360's RES-Q(TM) Services division is committed to expanding to enable accessible options for their recently launched RES-Q(TM)360 HERO offering - a simple, affordable and all-inclusive disaster recovery solution - no matter your location.

ABOUT RES-Q(TM) Services As a division of Corus360, RES-Q(TM) Services is a managed services provider of production, testing and disaster recovery infrastructure as well as business continuity consulting solutions. With its primary Data and Workforce Recovery Center located in Norcross, Georgia and multiple locations across the US, RES-Q(TM) delivers recovery options for all major technology platforms, including IBM Mainframe as well as providing workgroup recovery positions for call center or business recovery. We specialize in helping organizations create, implement and maintain resiliency in their infrastructure through innovative, multi-faceted and all-inclusive solutions aiming to make environments more reliable, more centralized and thus more recoverable. Our contractual flexibility and solution scalability is unmatched in the industry.

ABOUT CORUS360 Corus360 is a technology consulting and solutions company with more than 10 years of success delivering infrastructure solutions, recovery and consulting services that help organizations reduce costs, increase efficiencies and maximize productivity. We specialize in best of breed infrastructure solutions, IT management consulting, application development, Data Center technologies, disaster recovery, managed services, IT staffing and enterprise applications. For more information, visit http://www.corus360.com.

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