Employees frequently responsible for malware nightmares, study suggests

Malware incidents have soared at nine times the rate in 2016 compared to 2015 and most of these cases were caused by employees' actions.

Workers dangerously unprepared for an emergency, poll suggests

Almost 25 percent of employers indicate that they wouldn't know what to do or where to go if there were working and their physical safety was on the line, according to a recent survey.

New Jersey Center for Non-Profits Guest Blog

We are proud to have our own Joe Riscica's blog featured with…

Majority of small-business owners now using the cloud, poll reveals

Nearly two-thirds of small businesses in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom run at least a portion of their day-to-day operations via the cloud.

3,571 power outages last year caused by weather

Over 3,550 power outages in 2015 stemmed from weather-related events, new numbers suggest. 

Continuity Centers makes an impact on Princeton

Thank you Princeton Info for spreading the word about Continuity…

Ensure prep essentials are in place during peak hurricane season

Just as the dogs days of summer are known for oppressive heat, September is reputed for being the peak of the hurricane season.

Clear your calendar for the Continuity Insights Conference

On Oct. 13-14, the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel, located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, will host the annual Continuity Insights Conference. 

What to expect at the 55th annual DRJ Fall World Conference

The annual Disaster Recovery Journal's Fall World Conference is approaching, a must-attend for all business owners who are serious about continuity and emergency planning.

Forecasters warn hurricane activity is poised to intensify

After initially projecting a 25 percent chance the Atlantic Ocean would produce an unusually low number of hurricanes, the NOAA has since revised that assessment.