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  • 2013 Hurricane Season Closes Without Major Storm

    The 2013 Hurricane season has officially closed as of November 30, 2013 without a single major storm. The 2013 season became the sixth least active since 1950. Overall 13 systems formed with only two becoming hurricanes and none that reached the status of a major hurricane. A major hurricane is defined as one that reaches Category 3 or higher. The

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  • Continuity Co., LLC Releases Cost of Downtime Calculator App

    Knowing the financial impacts of downtime and business disruptions can be invaluable to your organization in many ways.  While there are numerous methods for calculating downtime, many are lacking and miss important potential costs. Downtime can occur in a large number of ways. It can be caused by the outage of a single application, the outage of your network, loss

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  • Ready For Dynamic Enterprise Resilience™

    Continuity Co., LLC introduces Dynamic Enterprise Resilience™ for businesses. Dynamic Enterprise Resilience™ is designed from the bottom up to align with risk management and your overall business strategy. It is a fully institutionalized solution that also creates consistency across the enterprise. Thus Dynamic Enterprise Resilience™ brings increased insight and value to the business through the implementation of the program. Continuity Company makes

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  • Limitations of Social Media During Disasters and What to Do About It.

    As Businesses, organizations and municipalities increasingly turn to Social Media during disasters to get their messages out, they are confronted with limitations. These limitations are being overlooked in many cases. Some of these limitations can cause issues themselves cause issues. While others are created from not following crisis communications best practices. The problem is exacerbated by the public’s expectation in some

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  • Key Employees That Leave Your Business Take More Than Just Talent

    It is not uncommon for employees to leave jobs and move on. However, when a Key Employee leaves your company they often leave with critical information to complete tasks with them. I’ve seen this happen many times and in some cases the company can be severely impacted by missing deadlines. In one case I witnessed a business lose a major

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