Nybot Plans for 'Triangular' Continuity

NEW YORK — The New York Board of Trade (Nybot) will apply a "triangular" approach to business continuity—a weaving together of primary, on-site and remote disaster recovery data centers—as part of its relocation to Lower Manhattan, officials said last week.

A ceremonial lease signing with the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) last week—featuring New York state governor George Pataki and New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg—marked the start of Nybot’s return to Manhattan after four Nybot members, trading facilities, back offices and a data center at 4 World Trade Center were lost in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Since Sept. 11, Nybot has been operating out of a back-up facility in Long Island City in western Queens, a borough of New

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