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About Gregory Tellone
Gregory is a well-known disaster recovery expert in the New York area, whose illustrious career spans over twenty years in the Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) field. A self-confessed “recovery geek”, Gregory is a thought leader in all things disaster recovery. He has focused his extensive expertise on delivering a new approach to recovery for businesses of all sizes. Since 1999, he has propelled Continuity Centers forward in their singular mission: rescuing businesses from disasters.
Entries by Gregory Tellone
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One of our all-time favorite television shows was AMC’s “Mad Men.” There’s just something in the dialogue and aesthetic that kept us glued to our seat episode after episode, season after season. The show was full of great characters with plenty to say about life and living. But although the characters were as complex as […]
You’ve probably been there before, at least once. Colorful lights rotating off the ceiling and walls. Music that plays a touch too fast, usually on purpose. Singers who are … enthusiastic in their performance. We’re talking, of course, about singing karaoke. People love to watch amateurs sing, as demonstrated by the host of amateur singing […]
You’re sitting in your office with your fellow employees when all of a sudden it happens – the power goes out. Every computer, printer, phone, server, and light goes out at once, leaving you in complete technical (and literal) darkness. You’re annoyed but not worried, because your building has backup generators. A few minutes later, […]
When a disaster strikes your place of business, you don’t have much time to act.