Tag: Disaster Recovery

The Disaster Recovery 101 guide will help you learn about DR from the ground up and assist you in making informed decisions when implementing your DR strategy, enabling you to build a resilient IT infrastructure.

Moving a family can be hard, so imagine how much more difficult it is when you’re responsible for moving an entire office. Relocating people, furniture, equipment, documents, and more can be time-consuming and expensive. That’s why it’s vital to be thorough when choosing a commercial mover and monitoring the entire process. With most companies, their […]

We sat down with Steve Wallace, AIS Data Centers’ Chief Technology Offer, to get a clear understanding of what happened with Level 3’s Southern California fiber cut yesterday. At approximately 8:10 am PT yesterday (Monday) morning there was a fiber cut in El Centro, CA. Level 3 was using this fiber link in support of […]

August 19, 2014 | Green Acre Campus Pointe 10300 Campus Point Dr San Diego, CA 92121 5:30 to 8:30 PM [button link=”https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aitp-san-diegos-august-social-tickets-12451862857?aff=eorg” style=”blue” window=”true” size=”small”]More Info[/button] [button link=”https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aitp-san-diegos-august-social-tickets-12451862857?aff=eorg” style=”red” window=”true” size=”small”]Registration[/button] Take a little time away from the office and join us at Brian Malarkey’s Green Acre in the Campus Pointe complex. It is a […]

In 2011 the San Diego region (along with parts of Orange County, Arizona, and Baja) suffered a major power outage that lasted 12 hours and impacted millions of businesses. For many, SDG&E’s outage was a wake-up call for disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity (BC) preparedness. When evaluating your options for DR/BC services, here are […]

June 27, 2014 | Crowne Plaza Hotel 2270 Hotel Circle North San Diego CA 92108 [button link=”http://www.cbjonline.com/a3sdbj/events/Emergency_Flyer.pdf” style=”blue” window=”true” size=”small”]More Info[/button] [button link=” https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1567791″ style=”red” window=”true” size=”small”]Registration[/button] The Business Emergency Preparedness Panel Discussion is presented by the San Diego Business Journal. The morning panel discussion is slated for Friday, June 27, at the Crowne Plaza […]

Need higher assurance that you’ll be able to recover quickly (and completely) after a catastrophic impact to your primary IT  infrastructure? Consider the cloud (such as AIS BusinessCloud1). Article by Nicole Henderson in The WHIR. Emphasis in red added by me. Brian Wood, VP Marketing ——- Enterprises Improve SLAs with Disaster Recovery in the Public […]

Oy vey. Collectively, the survey respondents below get a resounding “D” when it comes to disaster recovery. And that’s nothing to brag about. Collectively we can, and should, do better. Change starts at home — so make it so. Summary article by Steve Ragan in CSO. Emphasis in red added by me. Brian Wood, VP […]

As any kid knows, staying up is good — especially if it involves a fun movie and dessert. As any IT professional knows, going down is bad — very bad, especially if revenue generation is affected. Below is a summary of recent surveys that reveal some of our collective fears and opportunities. There’s no time […]

Always be prepared. Failure to plan is planning to fail. There are those who have and those who will. So what’s your excuse for not having a Disaster Recovery plan in place — and exercising that plan periodically to ensure that you can recover as quickly as needed? Summary article by David Weldon in FierceCIO, […]