Continuity

New Orleans After Isaac – Update 2

New Orleans After Isaac – Update 2

Progress in recovering power is moving slowly. Today Entergy reports they “expect to make significant progress today and through the weekend restoring power.” They expect to restore power to 90% of customers “who can take power” by September 6. But the statsu today looks a lot like yesterday. See below. Global Data Vault continues to … Continued

BYOT: Bring Your Own Technology

BYOT: Bring Your Own Technology

There’s an interesting article in the October issue of the Economist that spotlights the challenges that large enterprise has to manage the use of technology in their workforce. It paints an interesting – albeit somewhat disturbing — picture of the state of technology at work today. The days of corporate-wide devices and programs are disappearing … Continued

The Four Critical Components of Data Centers

If you’re online, you’re connected to a data center somehow. All sizes of business today rely heavily on data centers for business continuity. By backing up their data to a remote location, companies mitigate their potential for loss due to a hack or other disastrous event. But what is it really, a “data center?” What’s … Continued

Bring it Zombies!

Take deep breaths. I can see you shaking after listening to the forecast of events which may in fact, threaten our very human existence. The world is ending this afternoon. And if by some miracle we make it through that rapturous event, we’re surely going to be gobbled up during the Zombie Apocalypse. This is … Continued

Could Advance Data Protection Save Japan’s Core Businesses?

The devastation in Japan of this week has been beyond comprehension for most Americans. The events of the earthquake, followed by the tsunami and now the nuclear meltdown have conjured images of disaster and loss that are difficult for us to wrap our head around. As a company that insures business continuity, we can’t help … Continued