Of course, everyone knows the Worst-case scenarios survival series. But, as an IT administrator, you also have to seriously think about wild natural disasters when you design your IT infrastructure (including replication, backups).
After all, you don't want your data killed by the next hurricane.
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Servers and water won't mix, and if you're within an hour of a coastal watershed, solid preparation could make the difference between all right and all wet.
Last year, four hurricanes slammed the Florida coast alone, causing billions of dollars in damage, with nine hurricanes in total hitting the Atlantic basin. Currently, meteorologists are predicting this season to be as bad -- or worse.
The bottom line is, you're going to have to grab the bull by the horns, and that means making your own plans and preparations to minimize the damage: