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When: June 4 @ 2 P.M. ET
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Category: Disaster Recovery
The first and most important decision your organization can make regarding disaster recovery is deciding on the geographical location. There are many things to consider including the probability and severity of natural disasters, other weather conditions like temperature, power structure … Continue reading
Last Thursday, the U.S. government released a warning about the increasing risk of cyber attacks targeting critical energy corporations; seeking to destroy or manipulate industrial machinery in attempts to seize control of networks that deliver energy or run industrial processes, … Continue reading
When considering business continuity and disaster recovery options, there’s really only one constant from business to business: it’s important to have. No matter how small or large your business, if something happens and there isn’t a plan, your company may … Continue reading
Disasters don’t wait until you’re ready. They can happen at any time and in many ways like natural disasters (tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods), technical issues (hard drive failures, viruses) or humans (deliberate or accidental). And Michigan small and medium-sized companies … Continue reading
Even if your business requires a disaster recovery site, you are not locked into building a brick-and-mortar data center of your own. There are several alternatives available that can help reduce costs but still maintain protection of a backup facility … Continue reading
Disaster recovery plans have become crucial for nearly every industry that relies on connectivity and uptime for business survival. According to the Forrester/Disaster Recovery Journal Business Continuity Preparedness Survey, a few of the top business drivers for creating an IT … Continue reading
Spring is slowly starting here in Michigan. The snow is finally melting, and the sun is able to warm me up enough to not need my winter jacket. I don’t think I’m making too big a leap when I say … Continue reading
According to Mlive.com, Michigan ranked fourth in the country for new major corporate facilities and expansions in 2012. Site Selection magazine’s annual Governor’s Cup reports that Michigan increased from 85 qualified new building/expansion projects in 2011 to 337 in 2012 … Continue reading
Michigan Offers Top Data Center’s Host Cities Recently I listened to a very interesting webinar by UBM Future Cities “Choosing Your Data Center’s Host City.” The webinar focused on what qualities you should consider when selecting a location to build … Continue reading
Michigan state officials and CIO/security officers from major Southeast Michigan businesses are combining efforts to formulate a disaster recovery response plan in the event of a cyber attack. An increasing number of recent private and public sector attacks have heightened … Continue reading