Extreme weather conditions can be tough on our digital devices and data and with an above-average summer storm season predicted by the NOAA it’s a good reminder of the preparation and precautions you can take to protect business from climate threats and data disasters.
An above-normal seasonal prediction from the NOAA is a good reminder to be aware of strategies to protect your technology and data from the effects of severe summer weather.
In October, Hurricane Sandy hit New York City causing a record storm surge to sweep through Eyebeam, leaving behind three and a half feet of saltwater mixed with sewage and corrosives. CBL is all-too-familiar with this sort of recovery scene. The data disaster threatening years of digital storage is featured in a great little video and article.
As residents of the Greater Houston Area begin the cleanup after Hurricane Ike’s devastation, consumers and business owners alike who discover storm- and water-damaged computers in their homes and offices should follow this advice.
If you have family or friends in the Houston area, let them know they can...