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Hurricane Season: Is Your Business Prepared?

Five years have passed since Hurricane Katrina and seven other named storms struck the Gulf Coast and Southeast in one of the most devastating hurricane seasons on record, but some areas of the Gulf Coast and adjoining states are still repairing the damage.Now, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center is warning of a 2010 hurricane season eerily similar to 2005.Citing all-time high sea surface temperatures in key areas of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the El Nino cycle, NOAA predicts that the 2010 season will most likely produce 14 to 23 named storms, eight to 14 hurricanes and three to seven major hurricanes (category 3 or stronger).

Faced with these alarming predictions, many IT departments may be asking what they can do to keep their business functioning during a major disruption such as a hurricane. A well-managed disaster preparedness plan can help prevent costly downtime and reduce inconvenience to customers. Here are seven habits that CDW LLC (CDW), a provider of information technology (IT) solutions to business, government and education, advises organizations adopt to best prepare their IT systems for a hurricane or other major disruption:

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