IBM Adds Data Recovery Center

IBM launches Data Recovery Center in Indonesia

September 26, 2008

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ARMONK, N.Y. -- IBM today announced the launch of a Business Continuity and Resiliency Services (BCRS) center in Jakarta. This center offers a solution to help businesses keep their operations safe from any business disruption and increase productivity in their workforce. It is a unique solution from IBM being introduced in Jakarta for the first time, offering a business continuity solution at a large scale to customers in the country.

The center, which is targeted to all companies in various sectors and Business Process Outsourcing space, is spread over an area of 600 square meter area with 200 square meter server room. The working space area will initially be able to support a capacity of up to 40 seats, offering work force continuity for clients. The center also provides a workplace area to help support general business, front-office and back-office operations, and call center operations. It also offers an array of options to suit a clients business and its business continuity needs, which is complimented with facilities such as guest area, conference room, two meeting rooms and command center / operator rooms. It is located in a secure Ring-1 area, in a secure building with multiple security check point.

“With forty years of global experience in the business continuity space and more than 150 Business Continuity and Resiliency Services recovery centers worldwide, IBM has deep industry-specific knowledge and a broad range of major clients and leading services, for an unmatched end-to-end portfolio. Our new service is a logical next step to a continuity strategy to allow people to work, communicate and collaborate from anywhere they have access to a PC and an Internet connection,” commented Suryo Suwignjo, President Director IBM Indonesia.

IBM Corp.

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