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How to Protect Your Network From a Flood or Other Natural Disaster

By October 30, 2012

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Hurricane Sandy has wreaked havoc on the U.S. east coast. Areas that haven't flooded in many years are underwater. There are likely whole network data centers that are completely flooded as a result of storm surge flooding.

What can you do to preserve your network and IT investments in the event of a flood or other natural disaster? That's exactly what we are going to focus on in our featured article: How to Protect Your Network From a Natural Disaster.  We'll go through the steps your need to take to move your critical systems to an alternate site so you can stay in business after a weather catastrophe.

Are you part of a disaster recovery team trying to get things back online? Let us know how your post-Sandy recovery efforts are going in the comments section below:

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