What’s Your Business Travel Plan When Natural Disasters Strike?

The continued risk of natural catastrophes is highlighted by the unprecedented series of disasters that have occurred in the United States in recent years. According to some reports, natural disasters cost a total of $192 billion in 2013. In fact, … Continue reading

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Critical Communications for Continuity

A communications plan to alert staff, resume operations and let customers and suppliers know how you’re doing are central elements in a company’s business continuity plans. As companies take part in America’s PrepareAthon!, sponsored by FEMA, on April 30, it’s … Continue reading

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Are You IT Ready?

For most businesses, IT resources are critical to routine operations and customer service. If a disaster hits, restoring your IT networks and data can often make the difference between a business surviving or failing.

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Survival of the Fittest Requires Planning

How does a business survive natural catastrophes like Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina or the Joplin tornadoes? Good disaster recovery planning helped the three CPA firms in this article. Continue reading

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Do You Have a Storm Crash Cart?

It’s that most marvelous time of the year – winter time. In many parts of the world that means it’s time to get ready for snow, ice and freezing temperatures. And the recent wind storms in the Western U.S. demonstrate that unpredictable … Continue reading

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