September 12 2014
Hurricane Business Continuity Preparedness for Technology Infrastructure
When hurricane season arrives, it's important for your business to be prepared – processes, people, and technology. This is especially important in the midst of an economic downturn/recession when businesses cannot afford to sustain significant loses in this year’s hurricane season.
An active hurricane season imposes an unwelcome set of challenges for businesses. Immediate concerns include the safety and security of employees as well as the prevention of damage to physical facilities.
Businesses must also prepare to successfully overcome the challenge of maintaining business continuity in the event of a hurricane. Best practices include assigning disaster recovery responsibilities to a specific team or individual within the organization. Important communications information including emergency cell and telephone numbers should be documented and kept current.
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