Tag: Man-Made Disaster

10
Dec

The Time Is Now To Take Business Continuity Seriously

Every week there are more stories of natural disasters creating havoc around the world. From hurricanes hitting one of the biggest cities in the world and tornadoes wiping out entire towns in the Midwest to countless smaller but equally traumatic …

30
Nov

What We Learned As Business Continuity Consultants

Who is helping you strategize your business continuity plan? That is right, who is helping you strategize when it comes to prepare for a natural disaster, serious equipment failure, fire, flood or any other disaster, man-made or natural that may …

25
Oct

Asian response to iPad mini Lukewarm

People love the convenience of tablets. They can shove them into briefcases or hand bags and go on their merry way. E-readers are even easier to transport because they’re smaller. It’s no wonder that everyone wants a piece of the tablet and e-reader pie. According to a Wall Street Journal report, Apple’s new iPad mini…

20
Sep

Kindle Fire HD or iPad: Which one is the winner?

It might be really confusing for many to make a comparison between the two most popular smart devices on the market, the Kindle Fire HD and the iPad. If you are looking for a sleek device that you can use to read e-books and have some fun time, either one will do. In this article,…

12
Jul

Fire in Calgary Shaw Building Disrupts Communications, More

Once again, we are reminded that disaster can strike anywhere, at any time. On July 11, 2012, a fire broke out in a transformer on the 13th floor of the Calgary Shaw building and triggered the sprinklers. The ensuing downpour disabled the building’s backup system and caused a power outage throughout the building that affected…

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…

4
Apr

Industry Watchdog Gartner Thinks PC Days Are Ending

Gartner Predicts Cloud Will Replace PC by 2014 We all know the important role that cloud computing plays in our lives. Whether a business is destroyed by fire or natural disaster, if its files are stored in the cloud, then business can go on as usual; and many Internet service providers include security along with…

18
Jan

How to Quickly Recover From Disaster

Disaster is unavoidable. Weather is unpredictable, accidents happen and people make mistakes, sometimes costly ones. If you’re prepared with a disaster recovery plan, you can save yourself valuable time and money and get back to business with a minimum of fuss. The first step in creating a disaster recovery plan is to prioritize your data….

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