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Accidents happen. Users delete files, change files and then want an old version, software crashes and corrupts open files, and occasionally malware gets in and destroys data. To mitigate these risks, companies must back up data. There’s really no choice there. Where they back up that data has a new choice; the cloud. Cloud backup services offer companies new ways to perform their backups quickly, efficiently, and in a very cost effective fashion, and in many cases, companies need nothing more than an Internet connection to start using these services. There’s no more need to invest in costly tape drives,…
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A Case for the Manual Call Tree
I remember my first business continuity gig very well. Back in 1997, there was an art to creating a good old-fashioned...
Shelters in Places of the Mind: COVID-19 and Dementia
This post first appeared on LinkedIn and the Alzheimer's Association Washington Chapter blog I am not a member of the...
Getting Your Business Back: Pulling Together Business Continuity, Crisis Management and Disaster Recovery
I have talked to many organizations about their recovery programs, and an observation that I have made that seems to...