Ready in a Moment’s Notice

By Piccadilly|2019-03-28T14:23:48+00:00January 29th, 2019|

In 2011, tornadoes ripped through the southeastern United States. In 2012, there were 19 tropical storms and hurricanes, five of them having a direct impact on the U.S. In these two years alone, natural disasters [...]

So You Want A Base Camp?

By Richard Cheek|2019-04-05T19:46:56+00:00January 28th, 2019|

If your disaster preparedness or continuity plan includes a base camp, here are some key considerations as you develop your plan. It is far better to think through these issues well in advance than to [...]

Microgrids and Secure Power Supply

By Ernie Hayden|2019-04-25T16:34:52+00:00January 27th, 2019|

Loss of electric power to any organization can range from a minor inconvenience to challenges affecting data retention/ backup/retrieval to ultimately causing collapse of the services being provided. This is especially problematic during prolonged [...]

Managing the Active Shooter Risk

By Steve Crimando|2019-04-05T19:09:50+00:00January 25th, 2019|

While extreme gun violence in the workplace remains statistically rare, the number of mass shooting incidents in the U.S. has tripled in the past few years. Since the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, in December, 2012, [...]

Restoring Henryville Schools

By Vernon Duty|2019-04-05T18:57:51+00:00January 25th, 2019|

Before & After - Henryville Schools Friday, March 2, 2012, is a date that will forever be remembered in the town of Henryville, Indiana. The day started out like any other day, [...]

Personal/Family Preparedness

By Ted Brown|2019-04-05T20:16:45+00:00January 25th, 2019|

It’s remarkable that the Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Industry still thinks recovery is about technology. Well, of course the recovery of technology is imperative. But why is it that organizations say their most important [...]