When natural disasters occur, MSPs are often on the front lines, working with businesses they serve to get them up and running. We've compiled resources to help you discover best practices for you and your clients before, during, and after a natural disaster.
As hurricane season continues in the United States, managed service providers (MSPs) work diligently in affected areas to secure data for their customers. To help your business weather these storms, we asked MSPs with a wealth of experience in hurricane preparedness to share their insights and their processes and tactics for getting through hurricane season successfully.
We're currently in hurricane season in the United States. As weather channels buzz with updates on tropical storms and hurricanes on both coasts, managed service providers (MSPs) in potentially impacted areas implement their disaster readiness and recovery plans. We asked MSPs with a wealth of experience in hurricane preparedness to share insights into their processes and tactics for getting through hurricane season successfully.
On this episode of State of the Channel, we address some of the technical best practices for natural disaster preparedness and recovery, tactics on how to communicate to clients and employees before, during, and after the storms, as well as how Managed Service Providers can be a positive and hopeful force in their communities in a post storm environment.
Hurricanes and coastal storms can wreak havoc across communities. After securing one’s personal safety and property, it’s important to consider the safety of your business. By securing your clients' businesses before hurricanes happen, downtime experienced in the wake of disasters is minimized.
Looking back on hurricane season, 2017 has been deemed one of the top ten most active in history according The Weather Company. A total of eight hurricanes swept the Atlantic basin from August to September.