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I am looking for a hot site provider for a windows file server and Exchange server. If we have a fire or tornado I want the servers to be replicated and available to users without them needing to do anything. Does anyone have a provider or service they are currently using and recommend.

Thanks Matt
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If you are looking for a high end datacenter look at Navisite. They have a couple locations across the US and their parent company is Time Warner.
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