How Your Team Should Prepare for the 2020 Hurricane Season

There is a 60% chance that this years’ Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal.
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The 2020 Hurricane Season is slated to be an active one, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. There is a 60% chance that this years’ Atlantic Hurricane Season will be above normal. With the challenges that have come with the COVID-19 pandemic and working from home orders, the stakes are higher than ever.

According to the National Hurricane Survival Initiative, 40% of small businesses that close due to hurricane damage will never reopen. The time to start planning is now. Could you lose your data? Your email? Your servers?

A disaster recovery plan is one piece of your overarching business continuity (BC) plan that will help you maintain business functions or quickly resume after a hurricane. UDT’s Hurricane Ready Solution (HRS) will help you prepare for an imminent hurricane event and act as an emergency response during a disaster or immediately following.

The HRS is structured to provide three stages of support:

  1. An assessment of your current recovery posture
  2. Engineering support to prepare the environment in advance of a hurricane
  3. Emergency IT support if a hurricane reaches your location and has the potential to cause a business interruption

If you’re ready to prepare your business for this upcoming season, call 800-822-9919 x1 or email to discuss personalized plans for your business, including local and offsite backup solutions.

Focus time, money, and effort on what really matters

Let’s build success together. 

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