For Immediate Release
August 30, 2016

The Securities and Exchange Commission recently proposed a new rule that would require investment firms to adopt and put forth written continuity and transition plans.  This rule is designed to confirm that investment advisers have plans in place to report operational risks associated with substantial disruption in the firms operations. By cooperating with this rule, client and investor damage will be significantly reduced.

Proactive planning and preparation can help alleviate the effects of disruptions or reduce their rate of occurrence.  While these disruptions can never be predicted, if all measures are taken ahead of time that can only lessen the reactive mode that companies are hurled into.

Enter CAPS Centers.  We provide the following:

  1. Flexible, scalable and customizable, 24/7 disaster recovery and business continuity services
  2. State of the art business continuity sites
  3. Critical, high-availability, virtualized, hosted and private cloud services
  4. A full complement of colocation services
  5. Customized disaster recovery and business solutions which are modular in order to meet the needs of both small and medium businesses and large enterprises

Please reference the following link to see our full Disaster Recovery checklist


CAPS (Computer Alternative Processing Sites) helps clients minimize risk and seamlessly continue their business operations by providing Cloud/IT Infrastructure services, including Colocation and fully Managed Services, Business Continuity solutions, Dedicated Disaster Recovery Services and Data Backup, Storage and Recovery.  Our highly skilled and experienced staff and 24/7 services have supported clients from all industries since 1995. Our differentiation is providing flexibility with contracts and SLAs and personalized, scalable solutions and services, specifically tailored to align with each client’s budget and business objectives. CAPS is an environmentally controlled SOC 1 Type 2 (SSAE 16)  compliant, hardened, highly secure data center facility with headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut.

Contact: Tom Parnon,, 203-925-3914

Information based on recent article from – Proposed new rule 206(4)-4.

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