Schroder Japan Focuses on the Cloud to Mitigate Disaster

In the wake of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, Schroder Japan was fortunate in that its staff, building, facilities, electric power and systems were relatively unaffected, according to Keiko Tamaki, COO of Schroder Japan.

"Infrastructure in our office and server room was not affected at all. Buildings with quake detection or absorbed technologies; elevators with quick maintenance services; secured and prompt transportation systems; speedy recovery of logistics; continuity of school

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