Ray Lucchesi from RayOnStorage comments:
As many may have seen there has been serious flooding throughout the front range of Colorado. At the moment the flooding hasn’t impacted our homes or offices but there’s nothing like a recent, nearby disaster to focus one’s thoughts on how prepared we are to handle a similar situation.
Almost everyone lives and works in an area that has regular disasters. Earthquakes, tornadoes, and flooding are more common than you think. Read up on Ray’s guide to protecting your data and resuming operations when it seems like the environment is working against you.
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