Maintain “business as usual” — even during extreme weather

February 23, 2015 Schneider Electric

Thanks to advancements in meteorological forecasting, most damaging storms don’t come without warning. Such insight should inspire a proactive approach to protecting your business from weather-related disruption and the costly downtime that inevitably results.

Specifically, network protection should be at the top of everyone’s preparation checklist. If you’re a small or medium business, your uptime, sales, and, perhaps most important, reputation can depend on your ability to ride through a storm.

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