We tend to think of disasters as natural, weather-related occurrences, but they can also come in the form of a data breach, fire, power outage, or act of terrorism. And regardless of the situation, being prepared is essential to getting through an emergency situation.
September is National Preparedness Month, so during the next four weeks, we’re focusing on disaster planning and recovery from a lot of different perspectives, including personal, company, and natural disasters.
We’re kicking things off by talking about what it means to be prepared, and how to get the support you need in place now…before you actually need it. You can learn more about creating an emergency checklist in this week’s feature article, and we’re sharing lot of valuable resources on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages.
We also need your help to inspire admins around the world to take action and start their disaster planning. Please share your thoughts and stories on disasters you’ve encountered, how you got through them, and your advice to others on preparing for similar situations. Together, we can help our colleagues worldwide be more prepared for any event they encounter. Click here to share your personal experience with us. We’d love to hear from you!
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