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As the Power Returns, Online Retailers Turn Their Attention to the Holidays

November 6, 2012
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Technology companies are largely considered resilient in natural disasters. When one server goes down, a redundant one across the country lights up to pick up the slack. And when employees can't make it to the office, they work remotely with a laptop and a broadband connection. But last week, superstorm Sandy proved that even virtual organizations have their kryptonite.


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