Wales gets first disaster recovery centre


Wales gets first disaster recovery centre

Antony Savvas

Wales will get what is described as its first disaster recovery centre next week.

Adam Continuity, a provider of business continuity and disaster recovery services to local government and commercial organisations, will officially open Wales' first disaster recovery operations centre next Friday (23 January).

Wayne David, MP for Caerphilly and deputy minister for digital inclusion, will attend the open day at the new office at Duffryn Business Park, Ystrad Mynach, Mid-Glamorgan.

Philip Caulfield, managing director of Adam Continuity, said, "Until now, government bodies, financial organisations and other offices have had to relocate to centres in Bristol or even farther afield in England in the event of a disaster. Clearly, this is inconvenient and time-consuming to employers, employees, customers and clients.

"This new facility offers desks, computers and telephones for their staff, who can simply move in and be up and running - within Wales - in the space of a few hours."

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