CEO Today Magazine released an article that Denny Cherry wrote. The article covers the pain that companies were going to feel because of the most recent earthquakes in Sothern California.

From the article:

It will be a while before Southern California has all the data on production dollars lost from the Mojave earthquake, but it’s a virtual guarantee that it will be painful for some small or enterprise businesses. As a certified IT expert and published author in data security and cloud technologies, I meet regularly with CEO’s and CIO’s who are aware their Disaster Recovery strategy has significant flaws, yet they don’t budget to solve the problem. The reason is usually because their DR strategy is following an outmoded philosophy and structure as an earnings drain: space in a data centre, sitting idle and empty, racking up costs, waiting for production to have a critical failure.

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