A widening array of solutions is giving carriers more options to backup and safeguard their critical data.

If it is at all possible to find a silver lining in the spate of natural and manmade disasters afflicting the United States since the turn of the century, it is that they remind companies to prepare themselves so that the next disaster causes minimal damage. And yet, in spite of the devastating effects of 9/11, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita, the California wildfires and many other disasters, circumstantial evidence suggests that many insurance firms do not have strong and steadfast business continuity plans in place.

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