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Disaster Strikes Twice When You Don’t Have a Disaster Recovery Plan

Posted September 21, 2022 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. It’s been 21 years since the terrible events of 9/11 shocked the world. The reality that emergencies and disasters can happen anytime, anywhere emphasizes the need for everyone to stay vigilant and be prepared. The designation of a National Disaster Preparedness month reminds each of us to put a plan together to protect our families, homes, and property. The US government website Ready.gov provides a wealth of valuable resources to turn to for help. At Mail-Gard®, we understand that the same preparation requirements hold true for businesses.

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Are Critical Communications Part of Your Disaster Recovery Plan?

Posted December 2, 2020 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

This year has proved to be stressful and challenging for most businesses, and Mail-Gard is no exception. When the COVID-19 pandemic began this spring, we had the challenge of protecting our employees and finding ways to safely work together while also supporting our clients with their own challenges caused by COVID-19. We’ve all discovered a  […]

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Disaster Recovery Planning Resolutions for 2019 – IWCO Direct

Resolutions You Can Keep in 2019—Both at Home and in Your Disaster Recovery Planning

Posted January 9, 2019 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

It’s practically impossible to begin the New Year without thinking about some resolutions. While setting goals for the new year is pretty common for most of us, so are the results—we may consider them worthy endeavors, but they’re too hard to keep. Perhaps it’s time to reconsider these grand resolutions, and look at them more  […]

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Mail-Gard Print Outsourcing

Mail-Gard Print Outsourcing: We’re Here When Your In-House Operations Are Swamped

Posted June 7, 2017 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Most people think of Mail-Gard in terms of disaster recovery support. It’s what we’re known for, and intuitively, people understand that during a flood, tornado, or major power outage, a backup partner is necessary to ensure important documents are still delivered to customers to keep your business running without interruption. But bad weather and Acts  […]

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How Mail-Gard’s Recovery Builder® Strengthens and Simplifies Any Disaster Recovery Plan

Posted February 24, 2017 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Direct Marketing Trends

There’s a reason companies call things like statements, invoices, notifications, explanations of benefits (EOBs), and other business correspondence “critical communications.” They’re critical to the ability of a business to maintain cash flow and adhere to state and federal compliance requirements. Networks, systems, and physical space are often the first things that come to mind when  […]

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Disaster Recovery Testing – How to Protect Yourself from Things That Go Bump in the Night

Posted October 28, 2016 by in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Whether you expect to witness a creepy clown in your neighborhood or have nightmares of Michael Myers chasing you, Halloween is a night to celebrate things that scare us and make the hair stand up on the backs of our necks. Disaster recovery testing reduces the number of things that can scare us – on  […]

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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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