Planning Tips

Tips to Prepare Your Commercial and Multifamily Properties for Winter in Mild Climates

POSTED ON: November 12, 2018
In many parts of the country, such as Dallas, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; and Seattle, Washington, mild winters are mostly par for the course. But that doesn’t mean that extreme winter weather won’t dramatically impact your city and business at some point. Just think back to Super Bowl 45 in Dallas... Read More

Why Every Business Needs a Business Continuity Plan

POSTED ON: April 30, 2018
Quick: what’s the difference between a business continuity plan (BCP) and a disaster recovery plan (DRP)? If you’re scratching your head, it’s understandable since both terms are closely linked and often used interchangeably. But the terms do have different meanings that are important to under... Read More

11 Characteristics of Great Crisis Leaders

POSTED ON: January 29, 2018
With 17 extreme weather events, 2017 was one of the busiest and costliest years on record for disaster recovery in the U.S. If the recent weather trends continue, many areas of the country can expect to face difficult circumstances in 2018 and beyond. Any time your business confronts a rapidly unfol... Read More

Watch as Dr. Phil Klotzbach Talks About Irma and What We Can Expect This Week

POSTED ON: September 5, 2017
Facing forecasts for yet another hurricane bearing down on the United States, we asked our favorite hurricane expert, Dr. Phil Klotzbach, to share insights on Hurricane Irma and what we might expect in the coming days. Find out what you can expect this week from Hurricane Irma: As Dr. Phil mentioned... Read More

Free Guide: Don't Sweat the Stormy Summer Weather

POSTED ON: July 10, 2017
From hurricanes along the East Coast and Florida panhandle, to wildfires and drought in the West, to flooding, tornadoes and hail in between, summer weather can wreak havoc and uncertainty throughout the United States.  Disaster recovery planning is an important step when it comes to protecting you... Read More

Preparing Your Business for Growing Earthquake Risks

POSTED ON: March 9, 2015
Earthquakes are on the rise in many parts of the U.S.—and not just in areas where seismic activity is considered normal. In recent years, some historically calm areas have seen unnerving upturns in seismic activity. If your business is in an area that is becoming or has always been prone to earthq... Read More