Disaster Preparedness- Abletek Provides Business Continuity Options to Prepare Early for Hurricane Season

May 29, 2013

DPS and the Federal Government are urging Americans to prepare early for hurricane season. Abletek provides disaster preparedness plans essential for business continuity.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 29, 2013

Hurricane season starts June 1. The U.S. has seen several recent disasters and disaster preparedness is essential for business continuity. FEMA recently released guidelines for businesses to properly prepare for continuing in the face of unexpected disaster. Program management, planning, implementation, testing and improvement are key ingredients to surviving any type of disaster.

Able Technologies (DBA Abletek) is rolling out services to assist businesses with proper preparation and implementation to limit disruption in the event of a disaster. Businesses that need assistance with planning, implementation, testing and improvement as well as program management are now able to leverage Abletek’s extensive experience in these areas.

The Texas Dept. of Public Safety is urging Texans to be prepared in the face of the upcoming hurricane season. Individuals as well as businesses must make sure they are ready to handle potential crises.

“Hurricanes and tropical storms can wreak havoc on the lives of residents in a storm´s path. Although Texans living along the coast are the most vulnerable, powerful storms can have far-reaching effects on the state as a whole,” said DPS Director Steven McCraw. “Since early planning and preparation can greatly increase the protection of life and property, residents should begin taking precautions now.”

Founded in 1995, Able Technologies – doing business as Abletek – is a technology solutions company providing a variety of business technology including wireless networks, cloud services, unified communications, IT/Data, proactive systems monitoring, management & support and advice.

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