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Event description

I know we are all busy, right? Who has time to plan for “disasters” that probably won’t happen? It won’t happen to me! There is nothing I can do anyway, so I might as well do nothing?

“Data disasters” happen more than you might think; in fact an AMI survey in 2009 found that 70% of small business had some data loss that year… so it really is not if, but when your business will lose data.

While natural disasters, flooding, and fires are rare they do happen; are you ready to write off your businesses and your livelihood if it does?

This event is for you, please comment below with specific questions or issues you'd like discussed and I will address as many as possible.

Attendees can expect to...

Walk away with a foundation for a disaster recovery plan… it sounds scary, but I’ll help you get prepared for the most likely events so you aren’t caught with your guard down.

Top reasons you should attend...

1 – You’d like simple advice on how to overcome business interruptions, technology related or otherwise.

2 – If you are unsure of your backup strategy or plan. Is everything you need really backed up? Are you backing up off-site?

3 – What is all this cloud computing and cloud backup stuff I hear about? Is it for me?

4 – I have no backup – Yikes!

5 – I think I’m good, but I’d like to be sure.

The speaker will share...

Some simple things you can to do this week to improve your recoverability.

Your Host

  • Principal Data Protection Specialist Seattle, Washington Nick Webb
    Principal Data Protection Specialist
    Seattle, Washington

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  • Principal Data Protection Specialist Seattle, Washington Nick Webb
    Posted by Nick Webb, Seattle, Washington | Jun 06, 2011

    Randal, Doug, I'm very excited to join you two this Thursday.

    If you could, please post a comment here with: 1) What you would most like to learn from this event; is there a particular data protection/backup issue you are struggling with?

    2) How many computers are in use for your business? All Mac, all PC, or a mix?

    3) Note any special computing equipment (servers, wireless network access, specialized accounting software, etc.).

    Feel free to message answers to me directly if you'd rather not disclose them in public here. I will try to incorporate any questions you may have into the talk.

  •  Small Business and Social Media Attorney Seattle, Washington Madhu Singh
    Posted by Madhu Singh, Seattle, Washington | Jun 07, 2011

    HI Nick,

    I'm sorry I will not be able to make it. I have a conflicting breakfast event at that time. I'll keep an eye out for the next one. Thanks for hosting.

  • Principal Data Protection Specialist Seattle, Washington Nick Webb
    Posted by Nick Webb, Seattle, Washington | Jun 08, 2011

    Randal, Doug, and others,

    Please download this worksheet before the meeting. We will review and fill out sections of it during the call. If using the PDF version, you'll want to print it out as well.

    Word 2010:


  • QuickBooks And Xero Outsourced Contractors Bookkeeping Services Lynnwood, Washington Randal DeHart, PMP, QPA
    Posted by Randal DeHart, PMP, QPA, Lynnwood, Washington | Jun 08, 2011

    Hi Nick,

    I will not be attending due to scheduling conflict.

    Warm Regards,


Event Location

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Seattle, Washington 98112

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Event tags

  • data backup
  • data protection
  • disaster recovery
  • encryption
  • desktop backup
  • desktop protection
  • how to backup