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SOURCE Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management
TAMPA, Fla., June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Many businesses aren't prepared to respond to natural disasters. With the hurricane season underway, now is the time for business owners to make sure they're ready to weather the storm.
"Business owners often don't realize how valuable their information is until it's gone," said Marshall Stevens, co-owner of Stevens and Stevens Business Records Management, a Florida-based full-service records management center. "It's important for businesses to plan how they'll manage information to keep things running, because it only takes one storm to hit and drastically impact your business."
Stevens encourages businesses to consider the following:
"These questions should be considered before a hurricane threat even exists," added Stevens. "Without information, clients could be lost and the owner may be at risk for losing the business."
Consider the following when preparing for hurricane season:
The good news is that once you've established good records management procedures, you can rest a lot easier during hurricane season.
Stevens & Stevens Business Records Management is a full-service records storage and information management center, providing services throughout the Southeastern United States, including, Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. Visit www.ssbrm.com. Follow Stevens & Stevens on Twitter (http://twitter.com/StevensBRM) or Facebook (http://facebook.com/ssbrm).
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