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Mayday, Mayday: What Happens at Mail-Gard Once a Disaster Declaration is Made

Posted May 4, 2016 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

This past Sunday was May Day, an annual celebration of spring. But being in the print-to-mail recovery industry, when I hear May Day, I can’t help but think of “mayday,” the internationally-recognized distress signal that’s reserved for emergencies. We thought we would take a moment to describe the processes Mail-Gard has in place and what  […]

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Risk Management and Business Continuity Take Center Stage at Recent Events

Posted April 27, 2016 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Although April showers bring May flowers, for those of us at Mail-Gard, they also bring plenty of trips to the airport and living out of suitcases, as it’s also tradeshow season. We recently returned from the Risk Management Society (RIMS) Annual Conference in San Diego and the 2016 Continuity Insights Management Conference in Nashville and  […]

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A Look at the National Postal Forum from Mail-Gard’s Perspective

Posted March 29, 2016 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Postal Issues Updates

Although IWCO Direct makes a point to attend the National Postal Forum annually, it had been 14 years since Mail-Gard last exhibited there. We decided to attend again this year after a number of our customers told us they were planning to attend. And when we learned that the speaking proposal we submitted had been  […]

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The Biggest Takeaways from Mail-Gard’s 20th Year at DRJ Spring World

Posted March 22, 2016 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Mail-Gard has been a faithful attendee of the Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) Spring World conference for two full decades, with the 2016 event marking our 20th year of participation. Year in and year out, the biggest names in the business continuity and disaster recovery industries look to the DRJ conference for the latest industry  […]

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