Hurricane Laura 2020: Disaster Recovery, Power Outage Updates
Hurricane Laura knocks out power & damages buildings across Texas & Louisiana. MSPs and power utilities across the Gulf Coast prep for disaster recovery activities.
Hurricane Season Checklists for MSPs
Hurricane season is here; Datto explains how MSPs can prepare to protect your business, your employees, and your clients.
Hurricane Isaias 2020 Disaster Recovery: 377K Power Outages Remain
Former Hurricane Isaias: 377,000 power outages remain across New Jersey, New York & Connecticut. Many MSPs were well-prepared thanks to Work From Home customer deployments.
Hurricane Dorian 2019: Disaster Recovery, Power Outage Update
Hurricane Dorian power outages across South Carolina & North Carolina force MSPs & IT service providers to activate business continuity & disaster recovery plans.
Hurricane Michael: Small Business Disaster Recovery Loans, Financial Assistance Emerges
Following Hurricane Michael, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Florida Small Business Emergency Bridge Loan Program offer low-interest financing to companies affected by the storm.
Hurricane Florence Flooding Complicates Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity
Amid Hurricane Florence rain, flooding and power outages, technology companies and organizations like CompTIA, Continuum, Cytracom and Datto activate various disaster recovery and business continuity efforts.
Hurricane Florence Power Outages: 976,000 In North and South Carolina So Far
Hurricane Florence knocks out power to 976,000 homes and businesses across North and South Carolina. Duke Energy predicts one million to three million could lose electric service. FEMA Leader William “Brock” Long says it could be weeks before power is fully restored.
Hurricane Florence: Amazon, Google, Microsoft Cloud Data Centers In Storm’s Path?
Hurricane Florence or its remnants may reach data centers owned by Amazon Web services (AWS), Apple, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), IBM, Microsoft Azure and Facebook in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. Can cloud services provider (CSP) giants remain online?