We are excited to announce the release of Lions, Leopards, and Storms, Oh My! Lions, Leopards, and Storms, Oh My is a children’s book designed to help kids learn about thunderstorms and how to stay safe should one occur. It is the third in the series of books by Train 4 Safety Press to help… Continue reading ‘Lions, Leopards, and Storms, Oh My!’ Is Now Available
Have you ever had to bail out of an airplane?… Me neither, fortunately. But imagine if you did, and your parachute was too moth-eaten and tangled to support you because you hadn’t maintained it properly. Fun, right? I see the same thing all the time with organizations’ recovery plans. The organization has a plan. They… Continue reading 7 Reasons Your Recovery Plan Needs an Update
“Text Messaging Can Expose Your Company to Significant Risks”: In this article, Mike Pagani explains that texting is quick, easy, reliable and efficient — but if it’s used for official business communications, it can create tremendous risk for a company. Organizations of all sizes need to put the right policies in place, and implement automated… Continue reading Text Messaging Can Expose Your Company To Significant Risks
Everyone knows that natural disasters aren’t spread evenly across the United States, rather they occur in the same places year after year. This fact was given striking visualization in a recent New York Times article called “The Places in the U.S. Where Disaster Strikes Again and Again.” The article and accompanying maps are well worth… Continue reading Americaâs Red Zones: Where Natural Disasters Cluster and What It Means for You
2017 was a highlight reel of worst-case scenarios. WannaCry forced some organizations to play tug o’ war with their own data, while hurricanes halted business operations across the South. It felt like one terrible catastrophe after another, and while many organizations had effective safeguards in place, some did not. For those businesses who were unprepared, the series of disasters… Continue reading Video: How businesses are improving DR plans after 2017âs disasters
Do you remember when the first cell phones were commercially available? One of the highest advertised benefits of mobile devices was the ability for travelers to contact help in the case of a roadside emergency. Today, cell phones have evolved into smartphones, and 95 percent of Americans have some form of mobile device. By utilizing a mobile… Continue reading Using Notifications for Travelersâ Safety
(TNS) – On the Big Island of Hawaii, the ongoing eruption of Kilauea volcano is giving residents a lesson in what it’s like to live on the flanks of an active volcano. Fissures oozing lava won’t be opening up in southcentral Alaska anytime soon. But the region around Alaska’s biggest city is hardly a stranger… Continue reading Alaska is no Stranger to Volcanoes. But What Would Happen During a Big Eruption?
(TNS) – Residents, merchants and officials in Ellicott City on Monday began to examine the devastation wrought by the floods that coursed through the historic mill town the night before, for the second time in less than two years. Old Ellicott City’s Main Street remained blocked off Monday as crews inspected buildings. Police were searching… Continue reading The Day After Ellicott City Flood, Locals Reckon With Damage: ‘We Can’t Let This Community Die’
Prominent Architectural Firm Deploys Backup and Recovery Software to Meet Business, Legal and Regulations Compliance Mandates Melbourne, Australia and BOSTON – BackupAssist®, a leading provider of automated Windows server backup and recovery software for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), today announced that it has been chosen and deployed by Arquitectonica, a prominent architectural firm, to… Continue reading Arquitectonica Protects and Ensures Availability of All Architectural and Back Office Data with BackupAssist
As the GDPR comes into effect, many marketers are scrambling to align their online marketing strategies to the regulation. Unfortunately, like most regulations, there are many requirements that are confusing or ambiguous; one of those is the treatment when requiring visitors to provide their contact information to receive access to restricted (gated) content, such as… Continue reading GDPR: The End of Gated Content?