Where Should the Red Cross Money Go?
Gulf Coast IT Managers Scrambled to Prepare for Rita
As Hurricane Rita approached the Gulf, companies — some still recovering from Katrina — scrambled to prepare. Did IT managers learn the lessons taught by Katrina? Click HERE>>
As the American Red Cross evaluates what it expects to spend on short-term hurricane relief, some experts wonder where the money for long-term rebuilding will come from. Click HERE>>
Expert Asks: Can You Ever Prepare Enough?
Chance for Havoc in Plans to Evacuate U.S. Cities
Lessons learned from Katrina might not have been welcome, but they were essential, says one IT expert. Still, in the wake of Rita, can you ever truly be prepared enough? Click HERE>>
Given last week’s chaotic evacuation before Rita struck, officials throughout are taking a look at evacuation plans in their cities. But are the plans showing weaknesses? Click HERE>>
Four Key Questions to Ask About BC and DR
It’s no secret that both business continuity and disaster recovery plans are an organization’s “must have's.” So why don’t many of today’s organizations have successful plans? Click
What Will You Do When the Cyber-Levee Breaks?
Some experts say the levees in New Orleans were destined to fail. Now one expert says we should expect the same thing from the “cyber-levee” we use to protect the Internet. Click