When IT is inextricably tied to so many necessary parts of life – whether it’s business, communication, education, entertainment, or otherwise – any downtime can become disastrous. Digital capabilities have become the fabric that holds up communities, organizations and individuals alike, so preserving that fabric by preparing for the worst has become more vital than ever. Still, what happens when the worst does occur, and how can technology and communities bounce back? These were the questions that arose last year on Aug. 10, 2020, a derecho storm ravaged eastern Iowa and parts of the Midwest. The storm’s 100-130 mph straight-line…
Structuring Recovery and Business Continuity in an Unstructured Environment
Disaster recovery and business continuity must function now in a far more risk-laden and complex environment. While ransomware threats continue...
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Career Spotlight: Melissa Muñiz of Zion Resiliency
Tell us about yourself – your name, company, title, and responsibilities? I am currently working as a resilience consultant with...
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Rounding Up a Backup
Five Reliable Methods to Verify Your Backup's Integrity Back in 1998, Oren Jacob, assistant technical director at Pixar, watched in...
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DRJ Founder, Richard Arnold, Dies at 78
Richard L. Arnold, a pioneer in the business resilience industry, died Sunday, May 19, 2024, at Hope Hospice Facility in...
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