What is Georedundancy and how it helps businesses


Georedundancy is a data security concept that many companies more and more often are beginning to incorporate into their digital security infrastructure in order to protect their data and business operations from unforeseen events such as natural disasters, cyber-attacks, or power outages. The key idea behind georedundancy is that data is replicated in multiple geographic locations so that if one location becomes unavailable, the other sites can still function and access the necessary data.

By having multiple sites hosting identical information, companies can ensure high availability of their services and prevent disruption of operations due to an event in one area. Georedundancy is a part of business continuity management and assures continuation of all business processes.

How Does Georedundancy Function? 

Georedundancy involves replicating all critical data on two or more geographically distributed infrastructures located in different parts of the world. The primary infrastructure typically provides the main service while simultaneously replicating the same data to its backup sites for safekeeping. If there is an unexpected disruption at one site, such as a power outage or cyber-attack, then users will be able to access their content from one of the redundant copies stored elsewhere. The remote locations store only copies of data rather than live versions which prevents them from becoming overloaded with requests during peak times when traffic is heavy on the main site.

Different types of georedundancy strategies involve varying levels of replication depending on how much fault tolerance a company requires for its operations. 

To put it simply, georedundancy assures that all your business data is safely placed at any time in more than one server – if any security problem occurs at one location, another server can start to work immediately and assure that all processes can continue and all data is available from another server/location.

How Does Georedundancy Help in Security Situations? 

Georedundancy helps companies better secure their digital systems by creating additional layers of protection against threats such as natural disasters, cyber-attacks, and other forms of unexpected disruptions (fires, burglaries, etc.).

By having multiple redundant copies of their data stored at different sites around the world, businesses are insulated from localized incidents which could otherwise impact their operations significantly if they were relying solely on one physical server or facility for their services.

Additionally, georedundancy helps reduce latency issues associated with transferring large amounts of data between multiple geographical regions and makes it easier for organizations to comply with international laws regarding where customer information should be stored without having to worry about losing access due to disruptions in any one region. 

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5 Reasons Companies Should Use Georedundancy 

Increased Data Availability

By keeping redundant copies of essential files stored at different geographical locations, organizations can guarantee high uptime even if there is an interruption at any single point such as power outages or severe weather conditions which would otherwise create significant problems if businesses relied solely on one physical server location for their services. 

Better Protection Against Natural Disasters

Having redundant backups spread out across different parts of the world minimizes potential damage caused by geographically localized disasters like floods or earthquakes because only a portion rather than all copies would be affected by them resulting in fewer operational interruptions overall. 

Improved Performance

Replicating data across multiple geographical sites allows companies to reduce latency issues associated with transferring large amounts of information between distant regional locations while still making sure customers have easy access regardless where they are located.  

Compliance With International Regulations

By having redundant copies available in various countries and regions around the world makes it easier for certain organizations such as financial institutions who must store customer information according to local laws and standards associated with specific countries or jurisdictions without fear that it won’t be accessible when needed due to power outages caused by malfunctioning servers located abroad. 

Better Security Against Cyber-Attacks

Storing crucial system components across several geographically dispersed infrastructures increases security since hackers would need simultaneous breakthroughs at each location before being able gain access which makes this type protection much more difficult than targeting just one single point where all assets are concentrated together making them vulnerable targets for malicious actors looking exploit weaknesses through brute force attacks .

New Voice experience in georedundancy

New Voice International has more than 30 years experience in various security solutions: from lone worker protection to indoor positioning, from silent alarm to georedundancy.

We have implemented multiple georedundancy solutions for companies which require a business continuation solutions in matters of natural disasters, cyber attacks or other unfortunate events.

We are able to integrate georedundancy solutions into your existing security infrastructure or customize a new personalized solution for your company.

With georedundancy solutions you will always be sure that even in an extreme events, all your data is safe and your business can still continue working. It allows not only to safe money and continue working with your customers, but as well improves your brand image. If you need any help with business continuation implementation – we are more than happy to help.

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