AISN Data Centers Prepared for Hurricane Florence

AISN Data Centers Prepared for Hurricane Florence

Due to upcoming severe weather related to Hurricane Florence, which has been downgraded to a Category 2 hurricane, AISN is monitoring the storm closely and taking all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our employees and uninterrupted service for our customers. As you may know, the governor of Virginia has declared a state of … Read more

Secure Online Backup and Recovery Ensures Business Continuity

Each year, businesses and governments lose billions of dollars due to data loss. Sadly, these organizations could have prevented their losses if only they’d had a secure online backup and recovery plan, which ensures business continuity in the aftermath of a disaster. Unrecoverable data loss impacts customers and employees and can mean serious repercussions for … Read more

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Checklist

Business continuity is a big deal these days, and disaster recovery plans are a key component of business continuity. Below is a brief checklist to help guide you: Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Project Approach 1. Business Impact Analysis a. Review existing business continuity capabilities: i. Evaluate the risk to business process failures ii. Identify critical … Read more

Business Continuity Plan Helps Business Prepare for Natural Disaster

GUEST BLOG Think business continuity plans are not important? Think again. In late October 2012, Hurricane Sandy left devastation in parts of the Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic and Midwestern states, and Eastern Canada. With winds up to 80 mph, this Category 2 hurricane wreaked havoc along the eastern seaboard of the United States from Florida to Maine. … Read more

IT Disaster Recovery Plan Should Top Hurricane Prep List

If your servers are knocked out, how much unplanned downtime can your business sustain? Think about it. Data loss can cripple a business. Downtime results in: lost competitive advantage lost revenue and productivity long-term erosion of customer retention strained relations with strategic partners damage to corporate reputation As a business owner myself, I might also … Read more

Disasters Happen. Is Your Business Ready?

By Laurie Head AIS Network Vice President Preparing for an emergency is a key factor to business continuity after a disaster. Wherever the threat comes from – whether it’s physical, virtual, network failure or cybercrime-related – it’s important that your business is equipped to deal with the problem. In fact, the U.S. Department of Labor … Read more