Business Continuity means more than just Data Back ups

Though many companies use the terms “disaster recovery” and “business continuity” largely interchangeably, they are not the same. It is critical to understand the difference and meaning of both terms. Disaster recovery is the ability, after a disaster, to get critical data back, and critical applications running again. Business continuity is more than that. It is Read more about Business Continuity means more than just Data Back ups[…]

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Winter Is Coming! Avoid Lost Productivity through Cloud-Based Services

With snow and ice storms, sick employees and other disruptions imminent this winter, small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are turning to cloud-based solutions to maintain employee productivity.  Cloud-based services, including VoIP technology, allow companies to effectively manage remote workers and keep lines of communication open during unexpected or planned closures.

10 Steps to Recovery from a Disaster: “Hark I hear the cannons roar!”

My father once told me a story about an out of work actor. He got a one line role in a Broadway performance. He had to say “Hark, I hear the cannons roar”. He dutifully practiced his lines every day for hours until the scheduled performance. Finally, at the opening night, it’s time for him Read more about 10 Steps to Recovery from a Disaster: “Hark I hear the cannons roar!”[…]

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Stay Afloat With Business Continuity

What are we talking about when we say “business continuity”? Business continuity is defined as the capability of an organization to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following a disruptive incident. It’s not something implemented at the time of a disaster – instead, it’s those activities businesses perform daily to maintain Read more about Stay Afloat With Business Continuity[…]

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