Tag: Disaster/Accident

28
Jun

What Business Continuity Lessons Can Be Learned From The Algo Mall in Elliot Lake

Hurricanes, floods and earthquakes occur in nature all the time. Although there are seasons when certain types of natural disasters are more likely to occur, something like a flash flood, for instance, can happen anywhere in the world at any time of the year. So, when managed IT services providers recommend that their clients create…

26
Jun

Dynamix Partners with Cyber Power Systems

With so many natural disasters striking on Jun. 23, 2012, business continuity is at the forefront of the minds of many business owners not only in Canada but also the United States and Australia. Fire and floods damaged many homes and roads in Labrador and British Columbia, respectively. Business owners can count themselves lucky if they and their businesses remain

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26
Jun

Could Your Canadian Business Stay Afloat During a Flood?

Flood waters in Sicamous, British Columbia have washed out Highway 97A, damaged vehicles, cut off road access and drinking water supplies. In Swansea Point and 2 Mile approximately 350 have been forced to evacuate. Stories like this make me wonder how many Canadian businesses are prepared for this kind of disaster. How quickly could they…

25
Jun

Is Your Canadian Business Prepared for the Worst?

Although the wildfire mainly threatened residences, it could just as easily have spread to the business district. In fact, according to NTV, the fire is only about 30 kilometers away from the towns where many businesses are located. What solutions do you already have in place to ensure that your employees will be able to…

30
May

Data Backup and Business Continuity are crucial

Once upon a time, it was expensive, cumbersome and tedious to create business continuity and backup and recovery plans for businesses. With the advent of virtualization and cloud computing, that’s no longer the case. Business leaders can no longer hide behind those convenient excuses for not preparing their companies for “any eventuality.” Business continuity and…

30
Mar

Tips for Selecting a Backup and Recovery Provider

World Backup Day is here, what are you doing to protect your business from data loss or even worst a serious hit to your business when a crisis hits.  Trust us to protect your business from any data loss. Backing up company data on the Internet is becoming more popular with each passing day. In…

10
Nov

Is Your Markham Business Gambling With Backups

According to a research conducted by Optus, more than half of all Markham businesses do not have a website! Sounds depressing doesn’t it? But more depressing than that is the fact that only 21% of the 850 SMBs surveyed actually bothered regularly backing up their data. Out of the 21% who regularly backed up their data, 53% reporting doing it

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7
Jan

Do you test your Disaster Recovery Plan?

A disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. A business disaster can happen at any time and hit the business in many ways. A disaster can be artificial or human error or the wrath of Mother Nature. Business disasters happen, and it is not if it happens but when it happens. The GTA area is not immune to weather related disasters. Heavy

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