With locations smack-dab in the middle of the San Andreas Fault, Silicon Valley, and Bay Area, enterprises and the data centers which serve them must pay special attention to disaster recovery and business continuity processes. In fact, many of these processes have been embedded since the costly devastation of the 1989 California earthquake. The rudimentary guidance to area businesses came from California and FEMA immediately after the earthquake: Develop a business continuity planConduct an audit of general earthquake vulnerability and a hazards risk assessmentEstablish a contingency planConduct a non-structural assessment of your business, including inventoryHold regular drop, cover, and hold…
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