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What and Who Do We Know?

How many times in our lives have we heard, “It’s not what you know, but who you know”? The phrase usually comes to mind when searching for a new job. Recently, while attending the DRJ Fall World 2006 conference, I overheard someone make this statement in the hallway...
Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Emergency notification systems have risen in popularity over the past few years. These communication tools offer a faster, more efficient way to communicate in a variety of settings. Emergency notification systems have risen in popularity over the past few years....
Back to the Basics

Back to the Basics

I took a moment to ask how many had a personal preparedness plan and sufficient supplies for their home. I was a bit surprised when only a quarter of the audience raised their hand. I recently heard the term “plandemic” in reference to the many new plans...
After Disaster Strikes

After Disaster Strikes

As soon as a claim is filed, insurance companies begin formulating their opinions of your claim. They also begin setting aside their approximation of how much money they are willing to pay for your claim – an amount not necessarily in line with your estimate of the...
Nothing Ever Happens

Nothing Ever Happens

My job is nothing. If I do my job well, nothing happens. I don’t want anybody to need anything I’ve worked on. In other words, I’m a business continuity planner and if I’ve done my job correctly, I’ve mitigated problem areas and made them non-issues. How boring. My...
No Rain, No Power

No Rain, No Power

The prolonged drought in Uganda has led to low water levels of Lake Victoria, which in turn has caused a fall in electricity supply. This has forced Umeme to resort to rationing of electricity supply. This rationing of power supply has affected manufacturers,...