Technology in the aftermath of a hurricane

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Courtesy of Lexicon Systems, LLC

There is nothing like a natural disaster to get you thinking about technology. Early in the week of September 8, 2008, Ike grew to tropical storm strength and headed into the Gulf of Mexico. At one point, six computer models predicted six different paths. Under mandatory evacuation orders, we left on the morning of September 12 when Ike threatened to produce a Tsunami-like storm surge of up to 20 feet.

Natural disaster can strike anywhere, any time. Your best bet is to prepare not only for the necessities—shelter, food and clothing—but also for business interruptions and communications challenges. The following advice may help you cope after a hurricane, earthquake, ice storm, or other disaster.

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