Tag: disaster recovery
Annual losses from UK flooding are estimated to be in the region of £500 million, with huge amounts of uninsured loss every year. “Parametric” or “event-based” insurance is one potential solution to this insurance gap. Using affordable IoT technology and platforms like AWS, FloodFlash is the first company to offer parametric flood insurance to small businesses.
Gremlin CEO and Co-Founder Kolton Andrus wants you to think of his company as a flu shot. “We basically inject a little of harm [into your system] in order to find weak spots and build an immunity,” he says. “We proactively break things… to help make them stronger.” While Andrus notes that the idea of preparing for disaster isn’t new—”we were doing hardware failure testing in the 60s and 70s and people were writing papers about this in the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s”—what they have noticed is that migrating to the Cloud has introduced new challenges.
For most people, “if I could turn back time” is just a title of a Cher song. But for the team at CloudEndure, it’s a way of life.
The infrastructure that powers Fire and EMS professionals’ ability to communicate their frontline view must be powerful, resilient and redundant. Jonathon Feit, the CEO and Co-Founder of heathcare IT startup Beyond Lucid Technologies, says he’s all too familiar with this scenario.
Given the tremendous amount of data that we process daily, disaster recovery (DR) is of utmost importance to us. We aspire to ensure business continuity in the face of natural or man-made disaster. Here’s how they do it.