Del Taco to Host DR Site with Phoenix NAP

Del Taco, the nation’s second largest Mexican quick serve chain, will host its disaster recovery (DR) site at Phoenix NAP in Phoenix, Arizona, the company said today. Phoenix is a prime location for DR sites, given the low incidence of disasters like tornadoes, earthquakes, hurricanes and major flooding.

“Phoenix Nap operates a modern facility which gives us a strong sense of security that our servers will always be functioning,” said James Howarth, Director of Technical Services at Del Taco. “Their dedicated 24/7 staff made our installation and transition experience problem-free.”

“We are thrilled that Del Taco has chosen Phoenix NAP to fulfill its disaster recovery needs,” said Ian McClarty, president of Phoenix NAP. “Residing in one of the safest-from-natural-disaster cities in the United States, our facility is an ideal location for both primary and disaster recovery services, and we look forward expanding our relationship with Del Taco.”

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