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Disaster Recovery Planning: An Overview

With another two months remaining in Hurricane season, the risk of damage from a natural disaster remains strong. Already, Hurricane Dorian has decimated the Bahamas and caused untold financial damage along the eastern coast of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. For most businesses in the hurricane corridor this is a fact of life, and they are prepared when the inevitable disaster strikes, using the months leading up to hurricane season to work out emergency logistics.

Hurricane Impacts – The Aftermath of Hurricane Florence

Large scale catastrophic events can have significant impacts to your business for many reasons. The most obvious is direct damage to your facilities, which can also result in impaired operations. However, there are many secondary issues which can have detrimental effects. Utilities (including power, water, sewer, gas, etc.) often become unreliable due to wind damage […]