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Published By: Lenovo and Intel     Published Date: Jan 19, 2017
Flash floods, tornadoes, users: The essential survival guide. Of all the natural disasters known to man, users are the most difficult to predict. Find yourself in awe at the destructive potential of the weather and the users who choose to ignore it. Download this guide and read more!
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Lenovo and Intel
Published By: Digital Realty     Published Date: Feb 25, 2015
Codero required a top-notch Tier III data center facility. Furthermore, it needed a data center that could not only deliver disaster recovery services and support the ongoing growth of customer businesses, but do so with competitive rates for power and labor, and low exposure to natural disasters. Find out why they selected Digital Realty.
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data center, cloud hosting, data center maintenance, it management, business intelligence
    
Digital Realty
Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Nov 18, 2015
According to the United Nations, on average, more than 200 million people were affected and more than 70,000 were killed by natural disasters annually. Given the fact that one of the primary responsibilities of government is to protect the public and minimize the effects of such calamities, citizens now demand that public-sector safety organizations be proactive, and respond promptly and effectively to all types of crisis situations, including catastrophes, terror events, and threats to critical infrastructure. To effectively respond to these challenges, public safety agencies must be able to rely on secure networks with integrated voice, video, and data capabilities. With these networks and their associated assets, agencies can obtain more timely and accurate information, enhancing situational awareness and improving response times.
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cisco, public safety, disaster response, networking, security
    
Cisco
Published By: Determine (Selectica)     Published Date: Jun 29, 2017
As our unpredictable world becomes more complex, interdependent and dangerous, its becoming harder to manage third-party risk. Traditional financial and operational risks seem like the good old days. Now procurement has to manage, mitigate and avoid risks as disparate as conflict minerals, cybercrime, natural disasters, resource depletion and many others.
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Determine (Selectica)
Published By: FM Global     Published Date: Jun 10, 2019
From wildfires to hurricanes, nobody is immune to natural disasters. Our latest report, "Master the Disaster," is an in-depth look at the often unexpected high costs that come from a wide range of catastrophes. The first step toward resilience is understanding your risk, so download our full report today.
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FM Global
Published By: LifeSize, a division of Logitech     Published Date: Nov 01, 2010
Analysts see other good reasons for companies to take a serious look at video conferencing technology: It can facilitate an increasingly mobile workforce, and it can help ensure business continuity in the face of natural catastrophes, man-made disasters or health scares.
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lifesize, telework, remote communication, collaboration, mobile workforce, video conferencing, remote access, mobile computing, mobile data systems, mobile workers, wireless communications, voice recognition, voice over ip, collaborative commerce
    
LifeSize, a division of Logitech
Published By: Lenovo and Intel     Published Date: Jan 19, 2017
Flash floods, tornadoes, users: The essential survival guide. Of all the natural disasters known to man, users are the most difficult to predict. Find yourself in awe at the destructive potential of the weather and the users who choose to ignore it. Download this guide and read more!
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Lenovo and Intel
Published By: CloudEndure     Published Date: Oct 12, 2018
Maintaining business continuity is your highest priority. In todays commercial landscape, business continuity depends on the efficient, uninterrupted flow of data across the organization from operations to sales to fulfillment. Even a brief lapse in workload continuity can mean thousands of lost sales opportunities, disruption to production, and compromised customer trust. The causes of those lapses can range from natural disasters to mechanical failure or human error. You need a data platform and a proactive disaster recovery (DR) strategy that will help you stay up and running in the event that your physical infrastructure is unavailable for any length of time. BUSINESS CONTINUITY Fulfilling orders, providing a high level of customer service, and keeping consumers engaged all depend on the efficient, uninterrupted flow of data throughout your organization. CUSTOMER TRUST Above all, protecting customer dataespecially personally identifiable information (PII) is critical
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Published By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 12, 2018
Safeguarding your data is more important than ever. In todays data-driven business landscape, companies are using their data to innovate, inform product improvements, and personalize services for their customers. The sheer volume of data collected for these purposes keeps growing, but the solutions available to organizations for processing and analyzing it become more efficient and intuitive every day. Reaching the right customers at the right time with the right offers has never been easier. With this newfound agility, however, comes new opportunities for vulnerability. With so much riding on the integrity of your data and the services that make it secure and available, its crucial to have a plan in place for unexpected events that can wipe out your physical IT environment or otherwise compromise data access. The potential for natural disasters, malicious software attacks, and other unforeseen events necessitates that companies implement a robust disaster recovery (DR) strategy to
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Published By: Concentric     Published Date: Mar 27, 2009
Email has become something of a critical utility, much like the electricity that powers our offices: it must be available 24 hours a day, it must provide reliable performance, and its cost must be reasonable. However, unlike electrical systems (at least from the user’s perspective), email systems require significant amounts of labor to manage well. Email systems must periodically be upgraded. New hardware must be introduced as organizations migrate to new systems. Security must be maintained and upgraded to protect the system from intrusions. Additional hardware must be deployed to protect against outages that could seriously harm user productivity. Plus, unexpected events, such as spam storms or natural disasters can drive up costs substantially in ways that were not anticipated.
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concentric, email options, critical utility, killer app, small and mid-sized businesses, smbs, on-premise email solution, on-premise email costs, hardware costs, software costs, labor costs, resiliency, failover capability, concentric hosted exchange, microsoft® exchange 2007, outlook web access, owa, blackberry, activesync, pop3
    
Concentric
Published By: HP     Published Date: Mar 31, 2015
When was the last time you thought about your disaster recovery plan? Natural disasters, such as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, or floods can occur anytime and disable your data center, with little to no warning. Hacker activities like a denial of service attack can also take down your systems unexpectedly. Then you have the more mundane risks such as human error and hardware or software failures. The only predictable thing to say about these risks is that at some point, on some scale, youll have to recover your data center from downtime. When it comes to disaster readiness, proactive planning is the key to success. Every business, regardless of size, needs to have a well-tested disaster recovery plan in place. Every minute your systems are down, the financial implications grow. Take the assessment to see where your disaster recovery plan ranks. Then learn about next steps and more information.
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disaster recovery, natural disasters, data center, hackers, hardware failure, software failure, planning, disaster readiness, networking, security, it management, data management
    
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Published By: HP     Published Date: Mar 31, 2015
No business is immune to the threat of IT downtime caused by natural and manmade disasters. Natural disasterssuch as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, and floodscan happen with little to no advanced warning. But the bigger risk is often human-induced eventsfrom simple IT configuration errors to significant data center problems. If you lack a rock-solid disaster recovery (DR) plan, any of these unpredictable eventsnatural or manmadecould bring your business and its revenue streams to a halt. Yet many organizations are not well prepared for the unknown. The randomness of such events lulls people into a sense of false securityThats not likely to happen here. While you can hope to avoid events that threaten the continuity of your business, the reality remains unchanged: Disasters happenso you need to prepare for them. Are you prepared? Please download this eBook to find out!
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disaster recovery, natural disasters, data center, hackers, hardware failure, software failure, planning, disaster readiness, security, it management, data management
    
HP
Published By: xMatters     Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
Staying on top of cutting-edge communication trends can be the difference in saving lives during a disaster or even preserving customer loyalty by notifying people during a major business interruption. Get the complimentary report written by industry expert Dr. Steven B. Goldman and learn the important trends you need to be aware of in 2015, including: The increase in security budgets, as well as fines and lawsuits The continuing rise in data breaches and malicious cyber attacks The impact of social media on crisis preparations and response Why natural disasters may be the least of your worries And most importantly, how to survive the robot uprising!
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security, budgets, disaster, business interruption, social media, data breaches, customer loyalty, communication trends, knowledge management
    
xMatters
Published By: Aventail     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Disaster recovery is not only needed for catastrophic events like natural disasters or pandemics, but for any event, like a snow storm or power outage that keeps your workers from getting to the office and disrupts your business. This white paper by business continuity expert Tim Clark of Fact Point Group, explores best practices for disaster recovery and the key role of SSL VPNs in that process.
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disaster plan, disaster recovery plan, disaster recovery, high availability, business continuity, best practices, ssl, vpn, ssl vpn, security management, disaster planning, aventail, network security, remote access, remote network management, wide area networks
    
Aventail
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Aug 21, 2008
Natural and manmade disasters have costly, far-reaching impacts on businesses. And organizations of all types are making business continuity plans that protect their data, networks, core business applications and facilities. But it’s important to build resiliency into your business operations as well your human capital. This Web seminar on Workplace Recovery will take you through the risks related to human capital resiliency and provide a framework for addressing them.
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ibm, ibm mi, ibm grm, disaster recovery, recovery, business continuity, security, storage, backup and recovery
    
IBM
Published By: XLink Technology Inc.     Published Date: Jan 15, 2007
At the wake of hurricanes and other natural disasters, Vanguard has taken steps to provide disaster data recovery for its clients.
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servers, high availability, data protection, web hosting, backup, recovery, backup and recovery, failover, xlink, xlink technology, disaster recovery, colocation and web hosting
    
XLink Technology Inc.
Published By: CDW Vmware     Published Date: Aug 02, 2012
As with many enterprises today, your data center houses critical IT components that your business depends on. But are they fully secure and protected from potential threats such as intruders or natural disasters? A data recovery plan is very important to be fully prepared in the event of a disaster.
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quick, start, data, recovery, vmware, enterprise, data, center, components, protect, recover, secure, threat, intruders, natural disaster, recovery, plan, event, disaster, critical
    
CDW Vmware
Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Jul 05, 2017
Tornadoes and floods hitting the Midwest, mudslides and wildfires on the West Coast, hurricanes ravaging the Gulf Coast, and blizzards blanketing the Northeast are just a few of the natural disasters that can be incredibly frightening and damaging due to their unpredictable nature. They can hit anytime and anywhere.
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data center preparedness, intelligent load balancing, dns time to live, monitoring, customer relations, roi
    
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Published By: UPS Capital     Published Date: Feb 13, 2019
Commerce today involves an increasingly complicated supply chain ecosystem. Companies rely on suppliers and buyers across the globe, most of whom theyve never met. They use multiple carriers and modes of transportation, across international borders, with different languages, currencies and laws. This ever-changing landscape means that companies of all sizes must be more diligent than ever when it comes to managing their supply chain and their risk. In addition, e-commerce has revolutionized purchase behaviors, creating loftier customer expectations, and putting increased pressure on sellers to find new ways to meet those needs. Global networks and tight time constraints can amplify the impact from unpredictable events, like theft, damage, weather and natural disasters. This puts even more pressure on a companys supply chain, and its bottom line.
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