Hurricane Laura struck Texas and Louisiana on August 27th, 2020 and caused widespread damage, including extensive flooding, destruction of property, and disruption to vital services like healthcare. In 2005, 97 hospitals were immediately impacted by Hurricane Katrina and similar impacts are expected in the aftermath of Laura.
In September, Hurricane Sally caused severe storm damage across the Southeast, and hit Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana particularly hard. Sources expect the aftermath of Sally to cost anywhere from $2–$3 billion.
A Comprehensive Response to the Disaster
With communities and healthcare impacted across three states directly in the path of Laura, it's important to know what options are available if your business is disrupted and how you can respond.
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The key to success in modern organizations is the careful alignment of information technology investments and projects to critical business strategies. To achieve the full potential in increased revenue and productivity you must lead with a thoughtful plan and outstanding execution.
2020 has provided an important reminder that you can never be too prepared. As millions of employees shifted to remote work and many companies have fundamentally restructured their operations as a result, it’s more important than ever to have a cloud networking strategy that is forward thinking.
No one likes passwords. They are difficult to remember, must be updated frequently to remain effective, and can be compromised across multiple accounts if there is a breach. But passwords aren’t just a headache for employees. They can have a significant impact on productivity in organizations that must field IT help desks for password resets and absorb hours of lost productivity when someone is locked out of their accounts.
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For businesses in Tennessee, it's important to stay up to date on the latest developments and plans from both the State and Local Government depending on where you operate.
Whether you have a part-time work-from-home policy or not, few of them will have ever worked 100% from home before, and the transition can be jarring.
Policies and procedures should be implemented as quickly as possible at the management level to keep employees engaged and teams in sync. That means: