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Safe pair of hands in any weather

Over the past few weeks, much of the US has experienced extreme winter weather. From the ice storm that crippled most of the central US, to the abundant amount of snow that fell in the North East. One thing is for sure, it is looking snowstorm1.jpglike it’s going to be an above average cold and nasty winter. While I don’t know the first thing about predicting weather, I always like to take a look at the Farmer’s Almanac, and even it is predicting a bad winter.

 

Knowing that the US may be in store for many more snow and ice storms, one thing clients can count on is HP readiness to keep our multiple data centers up and running no matter how bad it may get. Here are some precautionary steps we take in order to keep your business up and running:

 

  1. Fuel tanks topped off
  2. Alternate staffing plans in place (24x7 coverage plans)
  3. Hotel rooms blocked
  4. Cots/Blankets onsite
  5. Food available in case of stranded staff

 

As you can see we are fully prepared to handle any situation, and be that safe pair of hands for your business. For more information visit us here.

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