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September 2020
3 Must-Know Tips for Creating a Business Continuity Plan
Since you can't forecast IT outages, accidents or the weather, you should formulate a business contingency plan. A BCP minimizes losses after unforeseen events. If you had a crystal ball, you wouldn't need a business continuity plan. However, since you can't forecast IT outages, accidents, the weather or employee illness, it's time to put together a contingency plan.
  What Should You Include in a Business Continuity Plan?
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Long Time Hardware Maintenance Client Reaffirms Its Commitment
to CSP
The CSP, Inc. team is excited to welcome Edgecombe Farmers Mutual Insurance as a new Managed Services client. CSP has provided hardware maintenance to Edgecombe Farmers for more than a decade. Based upon the success of this partnership, Edgecombe has decided to entrust CSP to handle all its IT needs through a Managed Services contract.
  Why Choose CSP Inc?
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CSP Hosts Cloud Webinar &
Gives Away Great Prizes
CSP, Inc. is proud to have partnered with Green Cloud Technologies for this popular event. Besides passing along a wealth of information, a raffle was held in which two lucky participants walked away with a Yeti Cooler and Apple Air Pods.
  Is the Cloud Right for Your Business?
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How To Make A Disaster Communications Readiness Plan
It suddenly happens! A bolt of lightning, a thunderous boom, the power goes out, and you're left in the dark. When disaster strikes, are you using CSP's vendor recommended plan?
  What Should You Do Next?
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