November 2017 – Volume 3
Even the most well versed people on the Technical side of things may find themselves Googling business continuity terms from time to time and because of that, Disaster Recovery Journal has compiled a list of the most common terms. You can find the full list on their website or download a copy for yourself here: https://www.drj.com/resources/tools/glossary-2.html.
If you happen to see the men of ANS, don’t be alamred by their grizzly looks, as they are participating in No-Shave November to help grow Cancer awareness. They will ditch the razors for a month and donate their monthly hair-maintenance expenses to the cause. Visit https://no-shave.org/ to learn more.
November is a month for fellowship, friends, family and most importantly, food. It is a time to reflect on the blessings you have been given and the many reasons why you’re thankful. Not only in November, but every month, ANS is filled with gratitude for your continued business, new business, and future business. We truly appreciate the confidence our customers instill in us to provide them with the best possible service.
Manufacturing Heads to the Cloud
Cloud-based solutions are rapidly gaining popularity among manufacturers because mobile, secure cloud technologies are tailor-made for manufacturing environments. Cloud solutions create key advantages that enable manufacturers to reduce costs, improve efficiencies, provide flexibility and mobility to staff, and ensure business continuity in the event of the an interruption in operations.
Did you know:
- The average cost of downtime to manufacturers is more than $300,000 per hour?
- More than two-thirds of small to mid-sized manufacturers still rely on tape or disk as part of their disaster recovery?
Don’t be a statistic, click here to learn more.
Get to Know Molly
Molly is your Client Relations Manager, supporting ANS sales from Greenville, South Carolina, where she was born, raised, and currently resides. Greenville borders the Blue Ridge Mountains, where Molly spends the majority of her time hiking to different waterfalls. She prefers the mountains over the beach, although she got her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication while she attended Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina; the town over from Myrtle Beach. When she is not in the mountains, Molly enjoys other outside activities like riding her bike, playing soccer, and running the neighborhood trails. She is an avid University of Kentucky sports enthusiast and because of that, her favorite color is “Kentucky Blue”. Molly came to us through our parent company, Green Cloud Technologies, where she supports those sales as well as ours and we are happy to have her help!