As many Florida businesses are re-opening their doors for the first time this week since Hurricane Irma, it’s a good time to reflect on the impact of the storm and what we need to do to better prepare our businesses for next time. And with another major storm already churning it’s way in our general direction, there is no time like the present to reflect and plan. Hurricane Irma taught us that during and after a storm, we can’t count on local phone services, mobile or landlines to work. We also learned not to count on your local internet provider to work, especially cable companies like Comcast or Atlantic Broadband.
On a brighter note, I can tell you that most of my business clients who have fiber have been up since Monday morning of last week. And clients who have their office number in the cloud, were able to find support to answer their incoming calls, even when they were unable to get to the office. I would be happy to take a look at your current disaster recovery plan and evaluate options to ready your business for next time. Give us a call at 305-910-2324 to set something up.
Best regards, Emilio
Hurricane Irma: 5 Things We Can Learn about Business Continuity
If you didn’t take the proper steps to ensure your business would be operational after Hurricane Irma passed, the chances that you are still trying to get back to business as usual are high. According to Fortune, the damage sustained during the storm add up to nearly $250 billion. And while that number is lower than original estimates anticipated, losses are still accumulating for businesses in the form of lost revenue and dissatisfied customers. Here’s what we have learned…
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