Backup and data protection vendor Datto Inc., in Norwalk, Conn., added resources to its support staff and mobilized its Disaster Response Team ahead of the storm to set up local recovery operations and assist any partners in need.
On Friday, four senior technicians embarked on the 36-hour drive to Texas to establish the Datto Recovery base camp. The team transported dozens of Datto business continuity and networking devices to assist affected partners, free-of-charge, in their recovery efforts. Datto plans to maintain a local presence in the Texas gulf coast region for an extended period to assist partners.
Datto partners in need of assistance can contact the Disaster Response Team directly at 310-956-1200 or by email at email@example.com to make device and support requests.
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