OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, sets the guidelines to ensure a safe workplace for your company’s employees. I’m sure you would agree that it is critical to have contingency plans in place for emergencies. Perhaps there is even a manual outlining exits in case of a fire or safe rooms in the event of an earthquake or tornado. Some companies dedicate an entire committee charged with the responsibility of keeping the employees safe. But who is keeping your company’s critical data safe? Is your data protected in the event of a natural disaster, human error, hardware failures or software defects? Continue reading
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