Disaster Recovery Tip #3: Prepare Your Business to Work from Home

In light of the upcoming Presidential Inauguration, some businesses in the Capitol Hill area of Washington, DC have chosen to close their doors for a few days. In order to avoid traffic and other issues associated with the events at

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This Week’s Arctic Blast: Disaster Recovery Tip #2

From frozen pipes to burst water mains, Agility’s member services team has been busy responding to members impacted by this week’s record freeze. All the while – sending the chilling reminder that during winter, it’s not always snow & ice that

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Disaster Recovery Tip #1: A New Year’s Resolution

Each year, millions of families and businesses are impacted by disaster – yet we still think “It’ll never happen to me”. As you kick off the new year with new goals and resolutions, consider making 2017 the year you finally

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Real Members. Real Recoveries. December 2016 Recovery Update.

December was a quiet month with two declarations and four alerts. However, looking back over 2016, we experienced a busy year of recovery activity, having supported over 100 declarations and 434 alerts.   Agility’s Member Services and Operations Teams supported


Disaster Recovery Tip #52.5: Our Top 3 Tips from 2016

It’s hard to believe we’re closing out the final week of 2016. To help celebrate our final disaster recovery tip of the year, we’ve compiled a list of our most popular tips. Too Small to Warrant a Cyber Attack?After 500

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Disaster Recovery Tip #52: Preparing for Holiday Office Closures

The holidays are here and the year is quickly coming to an end. Most offices will be closed completely or running on minimal staff for at least a few days. Make sure you and your office are prepared by reviewing the

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Disaster Recovery Tip #51: How to Set up Two Step Authentication

This week, Yahoo announced another significant security breach, leaving not just Yahoo users, but all online users wondering how they can protect their digital information in what seems to be a never ending cycle of breaches. One solution, known as

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Disaster Recovery Tip #50: Decorating Safely This Holiday Season

Tis’ the season for holiday cheer and colorful decorations. But with all this festivity comes the increased risk of structural fires. Each year, fire fighters respond to over 1,000 cases of fires caused by holiday decorations, resulting in over 2,600

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Real Members. Real Recoveries. November 2016 Recovery Update.

November was a calmer month. Agility’s Member Services and Operations Teams supported a total of three disaster declarations and 10 customer alerts. Here is a brief summary: Financial Institution in British Columbia: This financial institution declared a mock disaster involving

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Disaster Recovery Tip #49: Prepare Your Car for Winter Weather

As the holiday season approaches and colder weather moves in, it’s important to prepare yourself when traveling. Be sure to have some emergency supplies in your car should you become stuck in the snow, or simply stuck in traffic on