On the eve of National Disaster Preparedness month across the United States, San Francisco Bay Area residents were shaken from their beds when a 6.0 magnitude earthquake, the strongest in 25 years, rocked Napa on Sunday, August 24th, 2014.
Injuries were relatively minor; however, according to Glenn Pomeroy, the CEO of the California Earthquake Authority, the damage to Napa was “fairly significant.” 15,000 residents lost power with over 7,000 homes without power almost 24 hours later.
Residents in the San Francisco Bay Area are normally prepared for events like this. What about your small business? Are you ready for any type of disaster that may strike your business? Most large and small companies do not have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place, and we want to help you keep your livelihood secure.
Can you imagine if your business lost power for 24 hours? What would happen? Would you be able to fulfill orders? How about communication with your colleagues and customers? Disaster can cripple any size of business and you must be prepared for whatever Mother Nature or the techy gods throw your way.
We have put together a basic list of items to consider in your business continuity checklist:
As National Disaster Preparedness Month approaches, take the time to review your readiness for any potential disaster, whether it’s a storm or fire from Mother Nature, or a technological failure caused by cybercrime, mishap, or just plain old human error.
Your team of business continuity support experts at On Time Tech | IT Services In San Francisco will ensure your San Francisco business is properly prepared. We offer a risk free and zero obligation review of your business continuity plan. Call (877) 270-1391 or drop us an email at email@example.com today to learn more.
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