Month: April 2011

Disaster Survival & Business Continuity Planning: FAQs for SMBs

The recent natural disasters, earthquakes in Japan and tornadoes here in the United States, have provided a timely platform to discuss the importance of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning. Businesses that do not plan ahead for the worst-case scenario, will be caught off guard and left unprotected if and when unplanned disruptions threaten to…

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Disaster Preparedness: Is Your IT Department Ready?

The recent cataclysmic events that have struck Japan in the wake of the massive earthquake and subsequent nuclear disaster should serve as a serious wake-up call about the need for an effective disaster recovery and business continuity plan. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, blizzards, and fires are all conspiring against your business. Is your business prepared to…

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Rising Gas Prices: Energy Saving Tips for SMBs

With gas prices soaring toward $4 per gallon in the wake of the earthquake and nuclear crisis in Japan, American businesses are seeking ways to cut their energy costs. High gas prices affect more than just costs at the pump, any industry that involves transportation — this includes anyone who drives to work or for…

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Planning to Fail: Six Tips for Smart Contingency Planning

Positive thinking will only get you so far and will be of little help should your network goes down. Think of a business continuity plan as an insurance plan for your technology infrastructure and your valuable data. Consider the repercussions to your business if you lost data or your technology infrastructure failed. How do you…

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