CROSBY, TX – November 29, 2012 – Abletek, a leading provider in unified communications, announced today that the company is helping customers take advantage of a large tax-break for small to mid-sized businesses with Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 179. Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price… Continue reading Abletek Helps SMBs Benefit From Significant Tax Deduction on New Technology
There are all sorts of templates and thoughts on how the various Business Continuity Management (BCM) program components should look â the âplans.â Every organization has its own self-styled plan; every consulting agency has its own look and feel and every available free online template looks different from the next. So how can you recognize… Continue reading 9 Ways to Recognize a Good Business Continuity / Disaster Plan
Hurricane Sandy caused devastating effects to both personal and business operations. Coping with its aftermath has been particularly tough for those business professionals whose responsibility is dealing with IT disaster recovery. At Bellevue, New York Cityâs flagship public hospital, the challenges were nearly insurmountable. To read the article, please click here: http://blog.kaseya.com/blog/2012/11/29/healthcare-it-disaster-recovery-lessons-learned-from-hurricane-sandy/
Every business should have a disaster recovery plan. But with payroll companies, a disaster recovery plan is even more critical. Think about it: when a flood, hurricane, or other natural disaster hits, a payroll company could be taken down at the exact time when employees need their paychecks the most. Hurricane Sandy, which hit New… Continue reading Should You Worry About Your Payroll Service Going Down?
A majority of organisations (78.95%) have a disaster recovery/business continuity plan in place. This was one of the key findings of the ITWeb/ContinuitySA disaster recovery survey, which ran on ITWeb Online for 14 days in October, attracting 135 responses. However, 16.54% of respondents stated they do not have a disaster recovery/business continuity plan in place,… Continue reading Disaster recovery: costs vs minimal disruption
To highlight the importance of annual influenza vaccination, and to foster greater use of influenza vaccine in the months of December, January, and beyond, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, CDC, and other agencies will be conducting educational and promotional activities during National Influenza Vaccination Week, December 2â8, 2012. As of mid-November, approximately… Continue reading Have you got your flu shot yet? Then do it this week! National Influenza Vaccination Week â December 2â8, 2012
A private cloud is infrastructure operated solely for a single organization, whether managed internally or by a third-party and hosted internally or externally. Put simply, it is a layer of cloud applications running on private, dedicated hardware. By addressing any special privacy and/or security concerns, private clouds offer all the benefits of cloud technologies to… Continue reading How Do Data Centers Support Private Clouds?
For Immediate Release Toronto, Canada eBRP Solutions and BCM Central Form Partnership Award-winning eBRP Solutions and BCM Central have entered into a partnership to mutually enhance their capabilities to deploy leading-edge Business Continuity software and services to their clients. âWe see this as a positive addition for all concerned.â stated eBRP Director David Gray, âBCM… Continue reading eBRP Solutions and BCM Central Form Partnership
Hurricane Sandy was an awful, albeit salutary, reminder of the importance of effective IT disaster recovery and business-continuity planning. Whether or not you think the climate scientists are right, Mother Earth is indisputably volatile and unpredictable. Exceptional events do and will continue to occur. As a CFO accountable for enterprise risk, how do you make… Continue reading Sandyâs Gone, but the Threats Remain
Were you ready for Sandy? Sure it was downgraded from hurricane to tropical storm, but it still had a devastating effect. For those of us who manage data centers, that impact had many layers. Let me start at the core and work my way out. To read the article, please click here: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/2012/11/08/sandy-got-us-thinking-about-data-center-disaster-recovery/