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This article about a biographical film is a stub. One office was closed for a week, then had no income for six more weeks. Clients had more immediate financial concerns, such as rebuilding their homes and lives, although many later returned.
Beasley realized that he needed to pull together emergency funds going forward. Some companies change their entire operations in response to a disaster. When the storm had passed, he realized that his Palm Coast-based insurance business was paralyzed.
The lesson he learned was to get his company up to speed on business technology and reduce the risk of being shut down the next time a storm hit. The business is now paper-free and all staffers are able to work remotely. Guss and his fellow managers were able to create a workaround with their telecom provider, rerouting calls to cellphones.
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They distributed phones and laptops to key staffers and the firm kept its downtime to a minimum. After the crisis ended, the firm developed a more concrete disaster operation and recovery plan. The firm also transitioned from technology that was based in its office the phones had been run by an onsite server to one that uses the internet and therefore can be accessed from anywhere.
And as the firm expands, its data is stored and accessed online, Guss says. Guss and his staffers were able to work remotely. Client Login.