One of over two dozen Global Service Delivery Centers, Quest's Business Resumption Center (BRC) in McClellan Park Sacramento, CA provides 24x7 data center and business resumption solutions in one of the most seismically stable and secure locations in California. Quest's state-of-the-art facilities are housed in buildings made of fully reinforced concrete, so the structures are rock-solid but Quest's services and internal offices are fully customizable. Quest can design and install virtually any configuration to meet your business's specific needs while ensuring savings on capital expenditures.
Business Resumption Center Services Include:
. 24x7 Network and Security Monitoring . Cloud and Managed Services . Data Vaulting and Replication . Hosted and Dedicated Servers . Co-location . Application Services . Networking . PBX/Voice and Voicemail . Hosted Email . Consulting . Onsite Technical Support
Quest's BRC offers a host of additional features, making for the ultimate business continuity management package:
. Multiple backbone providers . Redundant communication pathways . One of the most advanced fiber optic cable infrastructures in California . Two power stations (most data centers have only one) . Fire suppression . Redundant electric power grids . Redundant UPS system . Diesel generator backup for UPS system . Auxiliary power: four 850 kVA generators . IP video surveillance and recording throughout the facility and surrounding area . Keycard entrance to data, command, and control centers . Biometric hand scanner . Fully locked cabinets . Video surveillance and recording 24x7 . Approximately 35 days of storage
Located in a self-contained facility, Quest's Business Resumption Center offers the broadest conveniences available in business continuity planning:
. Proximity to areas catering to technology, manufacturing, and distribution such as the San Francisco Bay Area, Central Valley, and Pacific Rim . An 11,000 foot military-grade airfield available to large and small charter planes, corporate jets, and helicopters provides clients with "front door access" to Quest's BRC . Existing infrastructure includes banks, fire station, gas station, first-class day care facility, post office, restaurants, health club, and hotel with 30,000 sq. ft. of conference space . Easy freeway access with four freeway interchanges, multiple entrances, and only 15 minutes from Sacramento International Airport . Union Pacific Rail directly serves the industrial district within the park with a major freight facility located in nearby Roseville . The Port of Sacramento provides a deep water shipping channel with direct access to the Pacific Rim . Transportation directly to the park provided through Regional Transit bus service and linked with Sacramento Light Rail