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24 Mar. 2016 Posted by aadams

Safety First: Planning for Fires

(Written by Katie Moser, FEI Network Operations Specialist)

We here at FEI have been hearing stories of family homes that have caught fire over the past few months. These families lost their homes, their possessions and in some cases their family members. The following is a collection of safety tips and measures meant to keep you safe in the event of a fire—whether at work or at home.

22 Mar. 2016 Posted by aadams

Supporting Brussels

FEI sends its support for those impacted by the terror attacks in Brussels on Tuesday, March 22. We've included a list of resources for those who wish to confirm the safety of loves ones in Brussels.

10 Mar. 2016 Posted by aadams

The Importance of Data Backups for Disaster Recovery

(Written by James Pettigrew, FEI Program and Project Manager)

Think about your company’s Disaster Recovery plan. When was the last time you thoroughly tested restoring backups in a Disaster Recovery-type situation? Did the backup restore meet expectations? These are important questions to consider before using a Disaster Recovery plan.

Ensuring backups for the data critical to business operations is an important element of Disaster Recovery. When was the last time you tested your company's backup capabilities?

25 Feb. 2016 Posted by aadams

Opiate Addiction: “That will never happen to me or my family.”

(Written by Aimee Hoffmann, FEI EAP Counselor)

Prescription painkillers and heroin make local and national news on a regular basis. While some may believe this will never happen to someone they know, it is impacting individuals in record numbers—even in the workplace.

10 Feb. 2016 Posted by aadams

A Nationwide Crisis: U.S. Life Expectancy Lower Than Comparable Countries

(Written by Ralph Metzner, FEI Director of Product Management)

A recent study shows Americans have life expectancies 2.2 years shorter than those in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany and other European countries. That statistic alone would give pause, but even more troubling are the causes of death identified as contributing to the lower life expectancy: drugs, guns and motor vehicles. Being situationally aware and increasingly resilient are becoming more important than ever before.