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Call it Stormageddon, #HellaStorm, or just a massive downpour, but whatever you call the rains that hit the Bay Area on December 11, you probably couldn't call your office. High winds and flooding knocked out power to more than 300,000 homes and businesses across the region. San Francisco was hardest hit, with much of the northern half of the city, including the Financial District and Embarcadero Center, shut down from about 7:20am until late in the afternoon.
For companies with on premise phones and servers that lost power, it was a lost day. For those whose IT services are hosted at offsite data centers, even December 11 was business as usual.
If you're worried that a storm might wash away your productivity or revenues, contact Xantrion. We can help you create a disaster preparedness plan that keeps your head above water.