Justifiably, much of the Hurricane Sandy aftermath has focused on the human element: how much people lost and their continued struggle. Yet, the fastest way to rebound from a massive disaster is to get businesses back up and functioning as quickly as possible in the hopes that local and national economies remain intact enough to ensure that help and resources go to those who need them most.
Being in the middle of a catastrophe and trying to keep systems running or getting them restored is another story. Who best to seek advice and hear experiences from than those who were in the trenches during Sandy?
See Hurricane Sandy: Lessons in Disaster Recovery, by Samara Lynn for PCMag.com.