Disruption

Critical Exchange Server Recovery Case Study

Critical Exchange Server Recovery Case Study

This short video features one of our resellers, Brian Childers of Comport Consulting Group, (http://comportcorp.com/about/) a company that provides clients with solutions to improve profitability and efficiency through the deployment of process and technology solutions, including IT strategy, IT executive advisory, SaaS and cloud computing. Comport has worked with Global Data Vault as a reseller … Continued

Business Pandemic Plan – Are You Prepared?

On June 11, 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) raised the worldwide pandemic alert level to Phase 6 due to the spread of the H1N1 virus.  The virus, also known as Swine Flu, has rapidly established itself and will continue to persist in the coming months as the virus continues to move through susceptible populations. … Continued

Pandemic and Business Continuity

Schools across the nation have started closing their doors in hopes of minimizing the spread of swine flu.  Roberta Witty, research VP for Gartner, said that it is reasonable for managers to expect absenteeism rates of 40 percent or higher in their own companies or among suppliers and partners, resulting in severe operational disruptions. Not … Continued

Russian and Chinese Spies Penetrate U.S. Electrical Grid

Russian and Chinese Spies Penetrate U.S. Electrical Grid

In February, President Obama ordered a 60-day review of the nation’s cybersecurity to examine how federal agencies use technology to protect secrets and data in hopes of closing any gaps that might exist. Two weeks ago cyberspies penetrated the U.S. electrical grid. 

Business Emergency Planning for Surviving Utilities Disruption

Surviving Utilities Disruptions Coupled with untimely natural disasters, disruption to the power supply and other utility services is one of the biggest threats facing businesses today.  This is especially true for those with operations that impact an infrastructure consisting of other businesses, social services and the consumer public.  Preparing for utilities disruption