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Change is Inevitable, Disasters Happen – Stay Ahead by Preparing Well

Buy today. Preparing For Disaster. Is Your Data Safe? June 7, 2013 By Johnny Duncan When Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey in October 2012, roughly 8.5 million customers were without power. In some areas, it was for weeks and even months. Over 19,000 businesses sustained damages of $250,000 or more with a total loss to area businesses of $8.3 billion. Tragic as it was, this was just one state facing the wrath of only one storm. As we near hurricane season and on the tail end of a tragic tornado season, businesses are facing more and more potential catastrophic damages due to power outages, telecommunications failures, and security issues. These problems create more downtime and loss of business that can take years to makeup. That is why disaster recovery should be a vital part of planning for catastrophes in every business. Knowing how to keep data safe and how to recover any loss data is simply smart business. In preparing for natural and man-made disasters, business owners or managers should be considering several factors including what protection is needed when a disaster occurs, what is the best way to bring data back online, and what resources are available to help to do these things. There is more than just bringing a network system back up, including security such as firewalls and identity and access management; IT applications such as email and customer relationship management; voice services as used in call centers; and unstructured data such as spreadsheets and word documents. With the forecast for more and fiercer storms in the future, IT managers have to adapt and improvise more than ever to protect important business data. As Michael D. Toplisek, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for EarthLink stated, IT leaders must tackle complex business challenges with leaner budgets and staff. Planning ahead with a sound disaster recovery plan is at the top of their list. Having a plan and utilizing recovery solutions will ensure that your business doesnt completely shut down in the event of a disaster.
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Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. Product Description From the creator of TheSurvivalMom.com comes this first-of-its-kind guidebook for all the prepper moms keen to increase their familys level of preparedness for emergencies and crises of all shapes and sizes. Publishers Weekly calls Lisa Bedfords Survival Mom an impressively comprehensive manual, saying, suburban mom Bedford helps readers learn about, prepare for, and respond to all manner of disasters. . . . From Instant Survival Tip sidebars to a list of Lessons from the Great Depression. .
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Americans tend to take food supplies for granted. A few simple items could make all the difference in your ability to survive in an emergency. Make a mad dash for the fridge while evacuating your home is not considered an effective way to deal with an emergency food situation. Like other emergency preparedness, it is better to have food booked in advance. What kind of emergency food assistance do you need? First, your emergency kit should contain water. Although the actual needs may vary depending on several factors, the average adult, it will take at least half a liter of drinking water per day. Make sure to include enough for each member of your family for several days.
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Recognizing that natural disasters are becoming increasingly endemic in Asia and the Pacific will be crucial for the regions continued economic success. Multilateral development banks, aware that disasters can turn back years of progress, are urging governments to incorporate disaster preparedness and adaptation in their national plans and to step up investment in these areas. The stakes are particularly high for the Philippines. The economy finally seems to be heading for strong and sustained growthduring a global slump, no lessand the government has set ambitious poverty-reduction goals for the next three years. It would be disastrous indeed if those plans were blown off course. Yet the Philippines, along with Vietnam and Bangladesh, is most at risk in the region from multiple natural hazards. The theme of July, the National Disaster Consciousness MonthSafe Country, Prosperous Communitieswas therefore well-chosen. It stresses that effective disaster risk management is everyones concern and it involves all stakeholders, from the central and local governments to barangays and their residents. One reason floods are becoming more destructive and life-threatening is greater exposure from more people living in harms way along waterways or in low-lying areas.
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It is a characteristic of a smart and successful organization to be able to anticipate all eventualities and adapt to changes as they occur. Successful companies not only survive when faced with unpredictable changes, they manage to thrive. It is imperative than when faced with a hardship of any magnitude, your organization stays focused on its goals and mission, and that your change management strategy stays consistent with your organizational purpose. As a team, department, or company leader, you are responsible for looking to the future, making sure your team is headed in the right direction, and always planning a few steps ahead. An excellent way to prepare for handling the unpredictable and the unforeseen is to establish an Effective Change Management Plan. Do so by first reviewing your mission statement and revising it for clarity and precision if necessary. The length of a mission statement can vary from a single sentence to a full paragraph of text. Regardless of its size, its important for your company to have a mission statement and keep it up to date. Your mission statement should be clear in outlining what you do and who you are, describing your area(s) of specialization, and defining your purpose.
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CT; 8 a.m. PT) Registration will remain open through Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Please share this page with interested friends and colleagues. This training will have real-time closed-captioning available for those who need it. The training is free and open to everyone. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions. To access the presentation materials, please select one of the options below: Teleconference Presentation Slides [PowerPoint Format – 16.31 Mb] Please note that the PowerPoint and PDF file sizes are very large so we recommend that you download these files to your local computer and open them from there.
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