The Kashmir earthquake of 2005 produced images seen around the world – depictions of the absolute devastation and havoc caused by a natural disaster. It was during this time that Harry Skinner, a retired architect in Bellingham, Washington, came across a photo of a woman covered in snow, nursing her baby. 399 more words
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Does Your Business Have A Reliable Business Continuity Plan?
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If your current backup provider doesn’t score a “YES” on every point, you could be wide open to a very expensive, very frustrating computer disaster: 313 more words
With the explosion of consumer devices (e.g. smartphones and tablets) and apps (e.g. YouTube, Pandora, and Facebook) making their way into your customers’ businesses, a problem known as “shadow IT” is on the rise. 208 more words
As a follow-on from my previous post Disaster Recovery is about Business Process Recovery not IT Infrastructure Recovery I wanted to talk about the sort of DR testing required. 644 more words
For as much as businesses spend on technology, it would be natural to assume that the hardware they buy is going to work the way it’s supposed to once it’s installed in an office or facility, right? 685 more words