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Gaining Support. Disaster Recovery Tip #46

With the end of the year just around the corner, most companies are in the midst of 2012 budget planning. Tough economic times are forcing small business owners to take a critical look at their past and future expenses.

Due to its perceived complexity and traditionally high cost, management can be quick to put business continuity planning on the budgetary chopping block. But that doesn't have to be the case. Sometimes all it takes is an internal champion to help upper-level managers see that implementing a solid disaster recovery plan doesn't need to take a lot of time or money.
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The Social Network. Disaster Recovery Tip #32

From Facebook to Twitter, social media is becoming a big part of disaster preparedness, response and recovery. Government agencies such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are jumping on the band wagon and leveraging social media efforts to engage the public in emergency response efforts. 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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A Stormy Outlook. Disaster Recovery Tip #19

With hurricane season a mere 20 days away, it is time to prepare for what is predicted to be an active season. Although the tropics are quiet now, meteorologists from Weather Services International (a Weather Channel company), have predicted 15 named storms, 8 hurricanes and 4 major hurricanes this year. Click here for WSI's 2011 Hurricane Season Forecast. continue reading...

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