Give a paranoid eccentric some money, wait 35 years, and you’ll get some wacky results. Take this luxury underground bunker in Las Vegas:
Built in 1978 to wait out the aftermath a nuclear blast in comfort, it’s on the market, positioned as a possible tourist attraction. Its distinctive decor, including one million dollars’ worth of Italian marble, and lavish period amenities epitomize what many regard as the follies of both 70s style and the cold war. The couple who built it lived there full time, enjoying the in-ground pool, two hot tubs, sauna, fountains and waterfalls, dance floor and stage, putting green, and 360-degree mural surrounding the fake lawn and palm trees.
Well, that’s one way to prepare for a disaster—if you have $1.7 million, a bargain discount from the original $8 million asking price.
At Quorum, we take a more practical and affordable approach, along with a one-click route to disaster recovery. Our cloud-based solutions are designed for small and mid-sized businesses that can’t even consider the lavish preparations undertaken at deep-pocket enterprises. The Quorum onQ Hybrid Cloud/DRaaS solution leverages virtualization technology. If a disaster happens, with one click our customers can launch fully functional instances of their applications and data and be back online within 15 minutes.
All without digging any holes.
Posted on 09/26/2013 at 12:00:00 AM
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