Hacker Attack. Disaster Recovery Tip #29

Cyber intrusions seem to be popping up left and right in the headlines lately. From the Sony PlayStation network hack to the News of The World phone hacking scandal, there is no question, hacking is becoming a growing threat to business. continue reading...

Sizzling Summer. Disaster Recovery Tip #28

Dangerous heat grips more than half of the continental United States stretching from parts of Texas and Oklahoma to the plains, the Mississippi Valley and up the east coast.  The National Weather Service issued heat warnings or advisories for 24 states predicting blistering hot temperatures with heat indexes in the triple digits over the next couple days. continue reading...

Coming Together. Disaster Recovery Tip #27

This year we have seen natural disasters of epic proportion. In light of the heartbreak and despair, we have witnessed people, communities and organizations come together showing the positive power of human collaboration in the face of adversity.
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Play it Safe. Disaster Recovery Tip #26

With the Fourth of July weekend within reach, Americans are gearing up for beach vacations, backyard barbecues, patriotic parades and vibrant firework displays. As anticipation and excitement builds, it is important to take precautionary measures to prepare for a safe holiday. The tips below will help you safely enjoy for this weekend's festivities. continue reading...

When Lightning Strikes. Disaster Recovery Tip #25

Lightning has the power to tear through buildings, shatter walls made of brick and concrete, and ignite deadly fires. The potential for losses due to equipment damage, personal injury and business interruptions caused by lightning can be detrimental to any business. continue reading...

Communication is Key. Disaster Recovery Tip #24

The ability to communicate, and communicate well, is one of the biggest factors in business success. This is true in almost any situation but it's critical at a time of crisis. continue reading...

Heat Wave. Disaster Recovery Tip #23

Fire up the AC; the hot and humid days of summer have arrived. More than 300 record highs were broken or matched this week spanning from the Midwest to the Northeast.

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Help Spread the Word. Disaster Recovery Tip #22

Yesterday, the Ad Council paired up with FEMA and the Red Cross to announce the launch of several new public service announcements designed to encourage businesses, employees and communities to proactively plan and prepare for an emergency. continue reading...

Safety is Key. Disaster Recovery Tip #21

A disaster can strike at any time. You and your coworkers should know what to grab and where to go if an emergency happens. Does your company have an emergency plan in place? Ask around, and if no plan is in place, help create one. Employee safety should be THE top priority when disaster strikes. When an emergency happens it is important for employees to react quickly and with purpose. Knowledge and practice are paramount. continue reading...

Expect the Unexpected. Disaster Recovery Tip #20

Natural disasters dominate the headlines. We get it. Mother Nature is hard to ignore.
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