Canadian businesses face some important challenges when it comes to working in the cloud. On one hand, SaaS and cloud systems offer excellent value for business. But on the other hand, international disclosure legislation can raise concerns when it comes to adhering to privacy obligations within Alberta.
That’s why Alberta companies find themselves increasingly looking for Canadian companies with Canadian datacenters for hosting their cloud-based applications. And they also find themselves leaning towards cloud and SaaS offerings which are based out of Canada as well. This way, the Alberta businesses can feel confident that the legal privacy protections afforded to their confidential and sensitive business data will be identical to their own legal obligations and privacy standards, since this information is held in the same jurisdiction.
Other things to consider when maintaining an Alberta datacenter include liabilities and risks. Does the datacenter have a plan in the event that a disaster such as a fire or tornado strikes? For collocation, it is vital that you know that the datacenter has insurance and you should also know how much. If the datacenter says you need to have your own insurance, then there are probably better places you could store your hardware.
If your company has an Alberta datacenter which hosts servers, databases and enterprise applications, you need an automated, cost-effective, off-site strategy for protecting these systems and the data stored on them. That’s why it makes good financial and security sense to backup with automated Alberta datacenter backup services from Storagepipe.
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