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Have I Mentioned Disaster Recovery Plans?

June 3, 2008 Chris Crum

I don’t want to run the whole disaster planning thing into the ground, but as storms tear through the country and with recent news of fires at Universal Studios and server/hosting provider The Planet, the subject really can’t be stressed enough. Besides, there are results published from a new study […]

Still Putting Off Disaster Preparation?

May 27, 2008 Chris Crum

We’ve posted a variety of articles this year about dealing with disasters when they affect your business. It’s an important subject that unfortunately goes overlooked far too often. Emphasizing this point are the results of a new survey conducted by Office Depot, which found that 40% of small businesses in […]

Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead

April 25, 2008 David A. Utter

Protect your valuable papers and your electronic data before something incredibly horrible happens to your small business. Bad things happen to good small business owners. Some are minor annoyances, but others may render the business unable to operate. While small business owners may not be able to prevent the loss […]

What To Do Before Your Business Burns Down

January 24, 2008 David A. Utter

Disaster recovery tends to be a term bounced around huge corporations, but small businesses may be more vulnerable to a catastrophe. Information is power. Losing the information that makes your business what it is would be no different than having the electricity cut off from the building. A little bit […]

More Business Lessons from Celebrity Apprentice

January 15, 2008 Stoney deGeyter

It’s always fun to watch the beginning of each Apprentice episode. When the candidates return from the boardroom and greet everybody it’s either to wild celebration or muted disdain. Or even a combination of both. This week I felt myself cringing even before Omarosa opened the door to the suite […]