Tag Archives: Crisis Management

Thursday Link Day

12 boneheaded PR mistakes. Be ready for crisis, don’t erase negative comments. Some great data loss disaster stories. With miraculous recoveries. CNN suggestions on preparing for technology disasters.  But cloud is no silver bullet. Infographic on datacenters and downtime.  Big … Continue reading

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No Place Like Risks For the Holidays

The biggest holiday risk on your mind might be electrocution by lawn decoration or having to suffer through a eggnog induced story from your brother-in-law.  However, there are a few risks to consider for your online business or website that … Continue reading

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Little Disasters Worse Than Big Disasters?

“The dose makes the poison.” – Paracelsus I had coffee with a friend who runs a small IT service company on Friday, and we were talking a bit about preparing for disasters. He’s been doing this a long time and seen … Continue reading

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Guest blog post on ClearRisk

Check it out: 3 Steps You Must Take TODAY to Reduce Your Software Risks

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7 Components of a Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plan

“The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle.”  – Chinese Proverb. This is one of my favorite quotes, and I think it’s very fitting for how to think about disaster recovery preparedness and business continuity.  I … Continue reading

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Ready for Hurricane Season?

If you can predict disasters you can be more prepared.  SunGard in a recent press release talks about preparing for hurricanes because they are potentially more predictable than other types of natural disasters. I agree that using forthcoming inclimate weather as … Continue reading

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