Financial sector 'highly susceptible' to cyberattacks

The financial industry is in hackers' cross hairs and firms may not be able to counter these attacks, according to a new survey.

Hurricane season expected to intensify this year, NOAA says

The major hurricane shutout could be coming to a grinding halt this year, as forecasters believe 2016 could feature several substantial storms before the season concludes in late November, making disaster recovery planning a top priority for business owners.

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Let's look at five reasons why an outsourced BC and DR infrastructure is the superior choice for any tech-centric business.

3 hidden benefits of disaster recovery as a service

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DRJ Spring World 2016 fast approaching

Spring World 2016 will be held in Orlando, FL, from March 13th through the 16th.

Add a business continuity and disaster recovery plan for 2016

It's imperative that every business, of every size, has a disaster plan - and the consequences are steep if the plan is ignored. Many small operations do not reopen after a disaster, especially those without plans in place.

Business continuity and disaster recovery are possible for an SMB

Before enlisting help, a company needs to make sure it understands where its vulnerabilities lie.

Keep business continuity on the front burner

Once a business has a plan in place, the tendency is to think of the issue as solved, and not go back to reexamine their practices and procedures again. This is a mistake, a good business continuity and disaster recovery plan needs to constantly be looked at and tweaked in order to make sure it continues to cover a business in the best way possible.

How to create a business continuity plan

The right kind of plan can protect a small business from major disasters like earthquakes and hurricanes as well as smaller issues like server crashes or computer viruses. It can even help cover contingencies for what to do if a key employee is sick or leaves the company.