Posts Tagged disaster recovery

Fool Proof Disaster Recovery

Youbve got a fool-proof disaster recovery plan that youbve tested.B Your disaster simulation provided the comfort you need to go back to bbusiness as usualb.B Still, Ibm wondering. Your data may be available – but will your staff have access to it? One of our cloud service […]

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Build In Geographic Diversity

Seeing images of the damage from Hurricane Sandy cannot help but instill in us a sense of urgency to dust off our own disaster recovery plans.B Now would be a really good time to use the experiences of companies directly affected by the storm for breal worldb […]

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The Antiquated Voting Process

Yesterday was election day in the United States.B I wonbt talk about the results b youbve probably heard all you want to hear about that!B Rather, Ibd like to explore the technological aspects of voting. Ibve wondered for years why we couldnbt just vote online.B We have […]

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Sandybs Predictable Disaster

It might be a bit premature to be considering the btakeawaysb from Hurricane Sandy.B For many people in New York and New Jersey, the lack of power, gas, food, drinkable water and safe living conditions is not yet a memory b itbs still happening in breal timeb. […]

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Telecommunications Projects for 2013

We have spoken with several clients in recent weeks who are already discussing the 2013 budget.B Itbs no wonder we feel like the year is ready for the history books.B Company leadership feels like any significant initiative that was scheduled for 2012 should already be in place. […]

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Cross Your Tbs and Dot Your Ibs with Cable Service

Disaster recovery is a btop of mindb concern for many businesses.B There are countless predictable (and even more unpredictable) ways that a company could face disaster.B Regardless of the circumstances, the ability to get back to work quickly is critical for survival. But, the cost of a […]

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The Case for Disaster Recovery Planning

Many disasters are unforeseeable. For example, Tessco Technologies, located outside Baltimore, Maryland thought it had little to fear. It was not in a flood zone, not in an earthquake zone and devastating hurricanes were more than hundred year events. But in the case of Tessco, the culprit […]

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Webre Not in Kansas Anymore

8 out of 10 of the most costly disasters in the US have been hurricanes.B So, if youbre not in bhurricane territoryb, can you rest easy? Well, the other 2 most costly disasters were the World Trade Center attack and the Northridge earthquake b ranked 3 and […]

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Turning Lemons into Lemonade

Scott T. Newman, president and co-owner of Brite Visual Products, a $4 million per year distributor of whiteboard products, arrived at his Quincy, Massachusetts office one morning only to find a large furniture truck wrapped around the utility pole outside. His building was completely dark. With no […]

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Is the Moon Really Blue?

The truth is that a blue moon isnbt blue at all.B The story goes that EarthSkybs Deborah Byrd happened upon a copy of an old 1946 issue of Sky and Telescope in the stacks of the Peridier Library at the University of Texas Astronomy Department in the […]

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Top 10 Reasons To Hire A Consultant

01Mergers and Acquisitions
Sales is known as a high turnover profession, but the recent rash of mergers and acquisitions in telecom make it even more...
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