In the wake of a hurricane or other natural or man made disaster, one of the most important considerations after life and death safety measures, is organizations resuming normal operations. That could mean government agencies, hospitals, businesses or even relief agencies which may have been affected. Data protection is one area that organizations must keep
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Hurricane Irma swept through the Caribbean, Florida and up through the southeast over the last few days. Thousands of homes and businesses were destroyed, communities were flooded and trees were uprooted all through the region. Its full effects are yet to be completely known. One thing that is certain is that power outages are widespread.
Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Texas and surrounding areas over the past week. From the heart of Houston, after the devastating affects from Harvey, our own Vanessa Eixman, a JSA team member, long-time telecom thought leader and friend, writes the below blog. As an industry, let's come together and make a difference, for Vanessa's
TELEHOUSE America announces that it has continued normal operations before,during and after Hurricane Sandy. To support to the people and community affected by the storm TELEHOUSE America has made a donation to the American Red Cross. Hurricane Sandy, the October 29 storm that afflicted the East Coast, particularly New York and New Jersey, left millions