Disaster Recovery Tip #8: Expecting the Unexpected

Preparing for the Unknown


There is no hard definition of what constitutes a disaster. Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. Some develop quickly, hitting full-force with little to no warning. While others loom on the horizon for an extended period of time.

And while all disasters pose a serious threat, sometimes it's the ones we least expect that cause the most damage. There is no such thing as a small disaster. At Agility, we have witnessed it all – burst pipes, theft, vandalism, chemical spills, mold, arson, pest infestation – you name it, we've seen it.

One thing they all have in common – they never thought it would happen to them.

Anticipating and planning for a disaster can make all the difference. Download Agility's Preparedness Evaluation Scorecard to gauge your organizations level of preparedness and ensure you are armed and ready to respond to any crisis situation.

Be on the lookout for next week's Disaster Recovery tip from Agility. If you have additional questions or would like to talk with a recovery professional about your business continuity needs visit www.agilityrecovery.com or call 866-364-9696

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