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Weighing the Options for Disaster Recovery

Lawmaker proposes statewide ‘zombie preparedness month’

Illinoisans are facing a fiscal emergency. Homeowners are saddled with the nation’s highest property taxes, job creators have to navigate an uncompetitive workers’ compensation system, not to mention the worst pension crisis in the nation, and billions in unpaid bills. But politicians are unwilling to confront those challenges, even as residents continue fleeing for other states as a response.

At least one Springfield lawmaker, though, wants Illinoisans to brace themselves for another threat: Zombies…


Seven Years After Devastating Earthquake, Haiti Struggles with Debt ‎and Hurricane Matthew Recovery

WASHINGTON – Haiti’s debt approaches $2 billion dollars as it recovers from Hurricane Matthew and remembers the devastating earthquake that shattered the country seven years ago. After the 2010 earthquake, most of Haiti’s debt was wiped out following a campaign led by Jubilee USA. $300 million in Haiti’s debts were cancelled through a specially created International Monetary Fund (IMF) trust to aid low-income countries struck by natural disasters…


Weighing the Options for Disaster Recovery


the typical enterprise recovers less than 5 percent of its data during the restore process

7 Tips to Improve Data Backup and Ensure Business Continuity


Despite the redundancy and resilience the enterprise has gained from virtualization and cloud computing, disaster recovery remains one of the most overlooked functions on the IT to-do list.


In many cases, organizations have established backup and recovery services for their primary applications, but without constant care and attention to the processes behind B&R, and the way they are…

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