Is Your Disaster Recovery Plan Still Sufficient to Handle Unexpected Disasters?
By SARAH YOUNG https://www.anexinet.com/blog/is-your-disaster-recovery-plan-still-sufficient-to-handle-unexpected-disasters/ A “disaster” is defined as a sudden, unexpected event that causes great damage and disruption to the functioning of a community and results in material, economic and environmental loss that strains that community’s resources. Disasters may occur naturally or be man-made. They may range in damage, from trivial—causing only brief delays and… Continue reading Is Your Disaster Recovery Plan Still Sufficient to Handle Unexpected Disasters?
Nike Scores A Customer-Values Touchdown
Unless you were on the Appalachian Trail for a few weeks, you know what I’m talking about. I’ll start with this paragraph from our newly published analysis of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, called Nike Makes No Sacrifices: Judging the Nike decision is difficult because there’s so much conflicting evidence. In concept, values-based appeals… Continue reading Nike Scores A Customer-Values Touchdown
If your data has the âSeven-Year Itch,â try Managed Backup â AWS
As a young Hollywood movie director, Martin Scorsese remembers the exact moment he decided to devote his time to historic film preservation and conservation. He had just walked out of a double-feature of the films “Niagara” and “The Seven-Year Itch,” both starring Marilyn Monroe and made just two years apart. “Niagara” was wonderfully intact and… Continue reading If your data has the âSeven-Year Itch,â try Managed Backup â AWS
THE MANY HAZARDS OF WINTER WEATHER TO BUSINESSES
Don’t Let Winter Hazards Chill Your Business This Saturday is the first day of fall, but the proactive among us are already thinking ahead to winter and the impacts it will have on our businesses. Winter conjures up images of gently falling snow, cozy indoor gatherings, and a parade of holidays. But the advent of… Continue reading THE MANY HAZARDS OF WINTER WEATHER TO BUSINESSES
Top 5 Reasons Why Most BIAs Are DOA
Do you know the main reasons that most Business Impact Analyses today are “Dead On Arrival”? I’ll tell you about bad BIAs in a moment. Before I do, however, I’d like to share two pieces of background information. WHY IT MATTERS First, I want to remind you what a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is and… Continue reading Top 5 Reasons Why Most BIAs Are DOA
ILTA Case Study: How Taylor Porter Solved IT Challenges with DRaaS
With new IT projects coming from so many areas, it’s common to see legal IT teams struggle to implement and test an effective disaster recovery solution. To meet critical recovery requirements without having to take on addtional workload, more and more firms are turning to Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). ILTA Peer to Peer… Continue reading ILTA Case Study: How Taylor Porter Solved IT Challenges with DRaaS
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Managing Risk but Were Afraid to Ask
In business continuity, risk is at the center of everything we do. Therefore, we thought it might be helpful to make today’s blog a primer on risk. Most of this stuff you probably already learned at one time or another, but there’s no harm in a quick refresher course. Read on for a quick summary… Continue reading Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Managing Risk but Were Afraid to Ask
Is The Data Ops Workbench A Thing?
Data ops, data engineering, data development — oh my! From new roles and teams to new skills and processes, the hot topic on everyone’s mind is data ops. I started to notice the data ops emergence back in 2015 as companies began to look at Agile development to spin up new data capabilities rapidly. Later, as… Continue reading Is The Data Ops Workbench A Thing?
5 NON-EMERGENCY USES FOR YOUR NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
If you are thinking about investing in a modern notification system or have already implemented one as part of your emergency plan, you might be interested to know it can do much more than simply notify employees of impending danger. While many notifications may come in the form of an emergency, many may be more… Continue reading 5 NON-EMERGENCY USES FOR YOUR NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
Interstate Restoration turns attention to environment
Celebrating 20 years in business, company pledges to plant thousands of trees FORT WORTH, Texas – In celebration of its 20th anniversary, Interstate Restoration has pledged to add thousands of trees to the environment in the coming months. Interstate is a leading partner in the recovery and restoration of commercial property damaged by fires, storms and other disasters;… Continue reading Interstate Restoration turns attention to environment