Picking up the pieces after an Alaskan EarthquakeSuppose you had a business and suffered damage to your location? How quick could you be up and running if your business is located in a major catastrophic area of damage. The recent story of the Alaska earthquake had me wondering that question.
Thank goodness for insurance but you need to check your policy to see what type of natural disasters may be covered under the policy.
Replacing the furniture and stuff is easy. It's the data which is the most difficult to overcome. Perhaps utilizing remote backup would be something to consider. The cost is minimal when you weigh how costly it would be to recreate the data.
Hopefully you are never faced with a catastrophic loss. If you are, I pray you've taken steps before hand to be positioned to come back from it.
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Richard J. Garcia | 06/17/2011