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Trunk or Treat – a story of Resilience

In Schoharie, New York, where over 200 homes were damaged by Hurricane Irene in 2011, the community is demonstrating resiliency today, Halloween, in the throes of Hurricane Sandy. With so many homes, streets, sidewalks, and other potential hazards due to flooding, the...

Staying Up-To-Date with Hurricane Sandy

The majority of the east coast of the United States is dealing with the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Many folks are without power and worse still, people have died. To help you stay up-to-date with the latest  news and updates regarding Sandy, take a look at the...

Apathy as risk

It’s been 43 months since the last deadly airline crash in the United States, the longest period without a fatal domestic accident since commercial aviation expanded after World War II. That sounds like unvarnished good news, but one consequence of having such a...

5 Tips for Keeping Your Data Safe in the Cloud

Sometimes after you migrate your business data and applications to the cloud via cloud servers, it is easy to forget that data security is something that should be consistently monitored.  There are a few things to consider after your company’s migration to...

A Closer Look At: ISO 22301

I just downloaded the updated Rules and Regulations spreadsheet… To say there is a lot of great content and information in this spreadsheet would be an understatement. This Rules and Regulations spreadsheet was compiled by a team of industry experts (all members...

DR and Crisis Management

Recently, DR/BCP professionals have sent me inquiries about how to handle crisis management or crisis communication, especially during a DR event.  DR/BCP professionals may be highly involved in managing a data or system recovery and unable to devote attention to...

The GAP in DR/BCP/EM Technology

The GAP in DR/BCP/EM Technology Recently I attended a concert at my grandchildren’s school in a small, rural community in Upstate New York.  A small child in the row behind me was using what appeared to me to be a tablet computer. Amazed by the use of technology,...