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A Great Customer Experience for Print-to-Mail Recovery, the Gift That Keeps on Giving

Posted December 18, 2014 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Having a print-to-mail mail recovery plan provides businesses with essential peace of mind, knowing they can continue to send critical customer communications in the event of a business disruption. These crucial customer communications support normal business operations throughout a company’s life cycle and, most importantly, can directly affect the bottom line. With so much at  […]

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What’s an EDBOK, and What Does it Have to do with Mail-Gard?

Posted September 24, 2014 by in Announcements, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Critical communications recovery. Well, it’s not up in neon lights yet, but it did just make it to the bright lights of the publishing world. Mail-Gard is proud to be part of the second edition of EDBOK: The Electronic Document Book of Knowledge, published by Xplor, The Electronic Document Association. In 2012, a group  […]

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Three Things to Know Before Going Full-Color with Your Print Recovery Plan

Posted August 8, 2014 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

As the critical document industry evolves, the move to full-color digital printing is increasingly becoming a requirement for today’s print and mail recovery plans. We are talking to more and more customers and prospects about their transfer to full-color and, to be honest, a full-color recovery plan is more challenging than most companies anticipate. If  […]

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With Data Breaches on the Rise, Crisis Communication Plans Are Vital

Posted June 27, 2014 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery plans are essential. But what good is a plan if you can’t communicate with your recovery team members, co-workers and customers? Having participated in and presented a few mock disasters, I can say that communication is one of the key components of a successful exercise.  Maintaining good communication between crisis management teams and  […]

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Risk Management, Hurricane Katrina and the Wolf of Wall Street

Posted May 14, 2014 by in Announcements, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

The team from Mail-Gard continues to rack up miles as we attend key events focused on risk management and business continuity. We recently wrapped up the RIMS ’14 Conference in Denver and the Continuity Insights Management Conference in New Orleans. These were two completely different conferences and audiences, with RIMS focusing on the high level  […]

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Mail-Gard to Attend Xploration 14, Present ‘Mock Disaster’ at DRJ Spring World

Posted February 12, 2014 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

A big part of our business at Mail-Gard is staying on top of industry trends to best prepare our customers for the threat of disasters and other serious business interruptions. We have found one of the best ways to do this is by attending the industry’s biggest events. Mail-Gard’s official trade show season is set  […]

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Print-to-Mail Disaster Recovery Testing Evolves as Declarations Rise

Posted November 20, 2013 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

It’s almost the end of the year, and perhaps time for a little reflection. Mail-Gard has seen more than our usual share of activity in 2013, from customer declarations to expanded testing. One thing’s for sure – print and mail recovery plans no longer sit on a shelf for years-on-end waiting for a “natural” disaster.  […]

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What’s New in Print-to-Mail Disaster Recovery

Posted August 23, 2013 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

It’s important to keep up with industry-wide developments. Ever-changing print and insert technology keeps a recovery provider, like us, on our toes and always searching for the best possible solutions for our customers. Let’s take a look at some of the latest print-to-mail disaster recovery trends. Full-Color Printing with Variable Perf and MICR More and  […]

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