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DataSite

Jerry Jackson | 5/23/2013

Orlando-based DataSite bills itself as “a fortress for the digital world” for good reason. It operates inside a 130,000-sq.-ft. fortress-like concrete and steel building, rated to withstand 160-mph winds, offering storage of electronic data of all kinds. The new facility has 24-hour security, biometric access, advanced fire suppression and a jet turbine power generator backup system. The University of Central Florida is a client, and school officials say the secure off-site storage gives them an added level of comfort that critical records and data can be retrieved in the event of storm damage or other disaster at the school.

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