When Zombies strike the last thing you want to worry about is your company’s data. It’s important to have comfort in where your data is stored and that it is protected, regardless of your business type.
Choosing where to store your data may be easier than you think. We might not all have access to underground bomb shelters, but there are still plenty of options for when the hoards of brain eaters attack.
For instance, Tier 4 data centers are the safest place to store all of your data in the case of a zombie attack. Continue reading to find out why:
If this shelter can withstand wind speeds of 156.5 mph+ than it can complete with mindless drones. Instead of traveling in an RV running from zombies, why not set up camp where your data is being stored?
Most Tier 4 data centers have enough diesel fuel to last 3 to 6 months. That’s 3-6 months that your data (and you) would still have some light, a valued thing when the rest of the world is being plummeted into a dark, rotting corpse world.
Your small office building is nothing compared to the 7inch thick steel reinforced concrete exterior panels of a Tier 4 data center. Sure, a zombie could punch through some dry wall no problem…but steel reinforced concrete? I think not.
These centers are all built outside of FEMA’s designated flood zones at least 32 feet above sea level. So when those pesky decomposing corpse gnaw through a dam, you and your data won’t even be fazed.
If you’re storing data at a Tier 4 center you won’t need to hire someone to stand guard to battle zombies. They have people who do that for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. And, if you’re inside you even have access to security cameras, cameras that allow you to monitor zombie activity outside. Even if the security camera are temperate with you have an added level of safety with environmental sensors that notify tenants and mobilize rescue in case of emergency.
So, anyone else ready to move into a Tier 4 data center? I hear they’re having a sale on sleeping bags at LL bean.
Be sure to check that your cloud provider uses Tier 4 data centers to house their infrastructure in order to best protect your information, click here to learn what the other Tiers have to offer.