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Hurricane Sandy reminds us: Why Geo-Diversity is critical to successful Business Continuity

November 27, 2012

Beyond our initial reactions of shock, and sympathy for the terrible human toll, the unprecedented business impact of Hurricane Sandy on some of the most populous areas of the Eastern United States should provoke us to wonder:“What should we be doing NOW to prepare for a potential future in which such horrendous weather events are likely to become more common place in every costal area globally?”. Let’s explore this topic from a Business Continuity planning perspective and see how simple IT Geo-Diversity measures can thwart disaster. → Read more

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