Company and markets news

ContinuitySA relocates to new facility in Westville

ContinuitySA has moved into a new, modern facility in the Westway Office Park in Westville, just outside Durban, South Africa, to accommodate greater demand for disaster recovery and work area recovery facilities.

The move was prompted by client growth, says Vimal Sadapal, Branch Manager: KwaZulu-Natal at ContinuitySA:

“Responsible companies are placing growing emphasis on the need for robust business continuity plans and capabilities, and our new facility is a response to that need. It is ideally situated with multiple access routes, along with full power backup to ensure resilience,” he says. “The Westville facility has a server room with connections to all the major communication service providers for reliable disaster recovery. The security is closely monitored, with CCTV and access control.”

He adds the new facility has the added benefit of not being located close to any of ContinuitySA’s key clients, further enhancing its value as a disaster- and work-area recovery site.

Sadapal points out the work-area recovery capabilities have also been greatly enhanced at the new site. It offers 100-plus seats, a 66 percent increase on the former facility with access to multiple boardrooms, a full-service canteen and secure parking.

The new switchboard number for the Westville facility is (087) 365 0100, while clients can still use the existing number, (0860) 468 653, to invoke with the 24/7 service desk.

www.continuitysa.com



Want news and features emailed to you?

Signup to our free newsletters and never miss a story.

A website you can trust

The entire Continuity Central website is scanned daily by Sucuri to ensure that no malware exists within the site. This means that you can browse with complete confidence.

Business continuity?

Business continuity can be defined as 'the processes, procedures, decisions and activities to ensure that an organization can continue to function through an operational interruption'. Read more about the basics of business continuity here.

Get the latest news and information sent to you by email

Continuity Central provides a number of free newsletters which are distributed by email. To subscribe click here.