HP has announced that it has invested $100 million in business continuity and recovery centers, which includes previous acquisitions and investments in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific.
In the Americas, HP has new centers in Alpharetta, GA, and Anaheim, CA. HP is also bolstering its capability in the Asia Pacific market with the opening of a new center this Fall in Singapore, and recently added two centers in Sydney.
In Europe, the investment includes 10 additional centers as a result of acquiring U.K.-based Synstar and the Irish unit of Schlumberger, as well as four new centers HP has opened in Madrid, Spain; Milan, Italy; Nieuwegein, Netherlands and Reading, U.K.
Designed to get customers back up and running in minutes, HP Business Continuity and Recovery Centers are technologically advanced and secured facilities that can help companies proactively maintain, recover or resume their critical business processes following virus attacks, natural disasters or other unforeseen events.
These new centers build on HP’s commitment to help customers with managing operational risk by integrating security, availability and business continuity for resilient IT infrastructures, helping them meet regulatory compliance requirements, decrease the impact of a service disruption, and address the volatile nature of natural and man-made disasters.