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Here are the answers to your questions about hurricanes
With three major storms in the Atlantic following on the heels of Harvey, all eyes are on hurricanes.
From storm strength to forecasts, here are answers to some of the biggest questions surfacing on social media….
Why Flooded Roads Are More Dangerous Than They May Appear
It may seem like obvious advice, but it’s too often ignored: Don’t drive into water that you can’t see the bottom of.
More than half of flood-related drownings occur when someone drives into hazardous water, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Weather Service (NWS). Flooding claims the lives of about 89 people each year, the CDC says.
Simply put, if you’re on a road and the water seems to be 6 inches deeper, turn your car around. Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize flood danger.
Even water that’s 12 inches deep can move a small car, and 2 feet of raging water can dislodge and carry most vehicles, the NWS says…
IBM Named Continuity and Resilience Provider of the Year at the 2017 Business Continuity Institute Middle East Awards
IBM today announced that it has been named Continuity and Resilience Provider of the year, with its 7-Layers Resiliency Services Framework, at the 2017 Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Middle East Awards. The BCI is one of the leading institutes for business continuity and a membership and certifying organization for professionals worldwide.
The BCI Middle East Awards recognizes both individual professionals and organizations for their innovative and effective contribution in business continuity, risk and resilience. In this year’s edition of the award, IBM topped the services and products category and was awarded for its services in the region, contribution to good practice within the technology space, customer support and positive customer feedback….