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Stay up to date with the latest posts from our RES-Q™ Services team! Below, you’ll find information about our industry and why it’s important to be prepared for a disaster.

Preparedness

Written by Byron Atcheson  As defined by Webster, preparedness is the state of readiness and the actions that need to be taken in the event of a disaster. Would you decide to[…]

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Resiliency Does NOT Equal Continuity

Written by Tony Klinger Resiliency is the ability to have your systems readily available, always available, or able to be maintained through an instant failover. Continuity is the ability to have data integrity[…]

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The Importance of Professional Relationships

Written by Jessica Thompson Relationships are paramount to the human experience. Most of us recognize our relationships with our spouse, parents, kids, and friends. Do you ever include your professional[…]

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DR Lesson Learned: Are You Prepared to Respond?

Written by Delores Shoemaker Being prepared for an unplanned event disrupting your organization means preparing for the unexpected. Natural disasters, hardware failures, and malicious malware attacks are inevitable. It could[…]

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DR Testing: Peace of Mind

Written by Stefanie Beach-Coker Does it really give you peace of mind, or is it just something we say? I’ve been in the DRBC industry for more than a decade[…]

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Without a Disaster Plan, the Financial Risks Are Massive

Written by George Liscinsky In my eyes, the following statement remains extremely profound: The only thing that will be more difficult than planning for a Disaster will be explaining why you DIDN’T![…]

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Truly a Time to Reflect

Written by Steve Gruber I’m taking a departure from writing about technology, cloud, or services in order to address something that’s been weighing heavy on my heart.  A few weeks[…]

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The State (Noise) of Our DR Industry

Written by Steve Gruber Throughout my 25 years in the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery industry, I have never heard so much noise.  Talk about an information overload.  It seems that in the[…]

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What Happened To Service?

Written by Steve Gruber When was the last time you truly received excellent service?  I’m referring to the type of service that made you stand up and actually take notice of[…]

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Hurricane Harvey and #HoustonStrong

The media will bring you the facts. Houston has been hit by one of the largest storms of the century. Despite this catastrophe, Houstonians have come together demonstrating compassion for[…]

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Resiliency

According to Webster, resiliency is: 1. the capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation caused especially by compressive stress 2. an ability to recover[…]

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Zerto or Veeam?

As a director working in the field of disaster recovery, I often get asked which backup and replication software is better: Zerto or Veeam. The short answer is that I[…]

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Having to Pay for Something You Don’t Think You Need- Until You Do!

I know it sounds cheesy, but no one likes to pay for insurance, myself included. A long time ago I was friends with a family that had 3 small children[…]

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6 Shocking Statistics on Disaster Recovery

According to most experts, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are being created each day, and 90% of the data that exists in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. By the year 2020, it is estimated that 1.7 megabytes of new information will be created every second for every human being on the planet.

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Do Not Let Good Replace Great

We get so focused on our daily accomplishments that we often forget to enjoy the small things around us. How many times have you ignored a conversation or an individual in your presence to accomplish something which you believe to be necessary or important? I know I’ve done it plenty of times.

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