10 Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Lessons Learned from Sandy

The impacts of Hurricane Sandy have crystallized in many executives’ minds the importance of business continuity planning, according to a recent report from Janco, which contains a list of lesson's the firm believes this storm should have taught businesses.

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Have sufficient fuel storage: Diesel fuel's energy density and the engine's high efficiency allow for smaller fuel storage facilities compared to other fuels, which saves owners money. Still, it is important to make sure that you have sufficient fuel storage capacity on-site for an extended outage of several days, and contingencies for refueling during serious outages.



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