DR Lesson Learned: Are You Prepared to Respond?

DR Lesson Learned: Are You Prepared to Respond?

Written by Delores Shoemaker Being prepared for an unplanned event disrupting your organization means preparing for the unexpected. Natural disasters, hardware failures, and malicious malware attacks are inevitable. It could very well happen to your organization.  A...
DR Testing: Peace of Mind

DR Testing: Peace of Mind

Written by Stefanie Beach-Coker Does it really give you peace of mind, or is it just something we say? I’ve been in the DRBC industry for more than a decade now. I am still very passionate about this line of business and take DR and DR testing very seriously. I also...
Without a Disaster Plan, the Financial Risks Are Massive

Without a Disaster Plan, the Financial Risks Are Massive

Written by George Liscinsky In my eyes, the following statement remains extremely profound: The only thing that will be more difficult than planning for a Disaster will be explaining why you DIDN’T! Without enough proper planning, your brand reputation will take a...
Truly a Time to Reflect

Truly a Time to Reflect

Written by Steve Gruber I’m taking a departure from writing about technology, cloud, or services in order to address something that’s been weighing heavy on my heart.  A few weeks ago, on a Monday morning, our company and team suddenly without notice lost a friend and...
The State (Noise) of Our DR Industry

The State (Noise) of Our DR Industry

Written by Steve Gruber Throughout my 25 years in the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery industry, I have never heard so much noise.  Talk about an information overload.  It seems that in the recent past, it was much easier to steer customers toward strategies and...