Tech companies form partnership

DULUTH - The 56,000-square-foot data center occupied by Computer Alternative Processing Sites Inc. will be the site of operations for a joint sales, marketing and operations agreement between it and the technology consulting and solutions company Corus360 of Norcross.

The goal of the partnership is to enhance the two's ability to meet clients' disaster recovery, business continuity and co-location needs in the Northeast and Southeast.

"The reality of a disaster striking our systems and infrastructure is much greater than perceived by many," said Tom Lowry, chief operating officer for Corus360. "Whether it is on a micro or macro-scale, the need for a current, tested disaster recovery plan and solution is integral to the survival of a business. Corus360 and CAPS offer solutions that meet the multitude of needs different businesses may have at a price point that is very appealing in this economy."

The Technology Association of Georgia recently selected Corus360 as one of the top 40 innovative tech companies for its BlackBerry application, Remote360.