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Fibertown COVID-19 Latest Updates

In the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, we want you to know that Fibertown remains the partner that you have come to know and trust. We are committed to your success and to being here to support your needs in this time of uncertainty. Our team has taken actions and updated protocols in response to the COVID-19 threat and will continue to do as new information is made available by the CDC and... Continue Reading

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FIBERTOWN Announces Significant Houston Expansion

FIBERTOWN Data Centers and Disaster Recovery Offices are expanding their Houston footprint with additional data halls at their north Houston location. “Since opening the Houston market in 2011, FIBERTOWN has steadily grown, adding clients across several industries,” says FIBERTOWN Vice President of Operations Joe Langston. “We’re continuing to invest in Houston, where there are unique needs for colocation and business continuity facilities. The timing could not be better to add several, new, mission-critical clients.”

CloudReplica® Announces Service Expansion

CloudReplica®, the leading provider of Business Continuity as-a-Service, announced plans for expansion into the Fibertown Datacenter in Bryan, Texas. "CloudReplica's growth is being fueled by servicing larger customers with more complex Operational Continuity requirements," said Bob Skiba, CloudReplica founder and President. "Many of the data protection services in the marketplace today are proving to be grossly inadequate and unable to recover and resume business operations during an outage, CloudReplica is clearly the leader," added Skiba.
Disaster Recovery Weekly

Disaster Recovery Weekly 2017 #25 – Business or Family – Have a Disaster Plan

Business or Family - Have a Disaster Plan! Do you have a personal or family disaster plan? At FIBERTOWN, we specialize in Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, but having a disaster plan prepared for your family is equally as important. Where will your family meet if you can't get home? Who's the emergency contact? What will you do with the pets?