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Why Form a Working Relationship with A Disaster Recovery Firm?


Natural and man-made disasters are truly a matter of “when.” Luckily, good business continuity plans keep your company up and running despite unexpected interruptions. Whether your place of business experiences damage due to severe storms or flooding, a fire, or even mold, the best strategy is to have an existing disaster recovery plan in place

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Mother Nature’s Spring Revenge


As the sun starts its annual trip north of the equator, expectations of warmer days can blind us to the possibility … and potential effects … of colliding air masses in springtime. As we welcome sunnier weather, Mother Nature has the ability to cause sweeping damage in the blink of an eye. The effects differ

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Tornado Season Ahead – What To Do Now?


Many of us look forward to warmer springtime weather as the winter cold starts to fade. Gentle springtime showers, however, can also be displaced in many regions by more severe thunderstorms. For much of the country, this often translates into dangerous weather like flash flooding and even tornadoes. According to The Weather Channel, the number

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First Priority® for Paul Davis Customers is Attracting More Devotees


Business continuity planning is seen today as a vital and integral activity for companies large and small. Hoping for the best without preparing for the worst is a dangerous red flag that company owners, management, financial backers and local government officials see as short-sighted and extremely unwise. Paul Davis companies within their trademarked program called

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Tornadoes in August


Once the month of August rolls around, most of us are waving goodbye to tornado season. With peak tornado season falling mostly in the months of May and June, August means the worry of tornadoes is moving further and further away. But while it would be great if tornadoes could be altogether gone once August

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