Aug 31, 02:58 PM

Recovery planning is key but taking steps to reduce impact on business goes a long way

10 years ago this past week Hurricane Katrina slammed into New Orleans. Many businesses were submerged in water and either partially or totally destroyed. An enormous cost was paid by those without reliable disaster recovery planning in place. In fact, even those with reliable recovery operations in place paid an enormous price. But in their case, core business operations went unscathed and their recovery efforts could get them on their feet again to continue business as rebuilding got underway. Being able to prevent data loss by minimizing the initial impact and taking steps to protect data or use precautionary measures before disaster recovery can take place is important to keeping business going when an incident occurs.

Check out our recent post with tips on reducing and responding to data loss resulting from severe weather.

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