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Hurricane season is once again knocking on our collective coastal door. My leadership team and I have been reviewing our disaster recovery plans, and I encourage you to do the same. After Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Irma, we've all had more experience with storms than we'd like. But there are other kinds of disasters, too. And now is the time to make sure you have a plan in place for all of them.

For those of you who prefer videos, watch the latest Coastal Experts segment where I discuss this very topic with Natalie Hendrix on WSAV.
SMB Disaster Recovery
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Strengthen your team = Strengthen your business
Another, and arguably the most important, way to protect your business is by cultivating a security savvy staff. Click here to learn how.

We made the Pledge, and your company can, too.

Businesses in Georgia are joining goBeyondProfit to take their community caring and involvement to the next level. Learn more.

Oh, the places you'll go
From Jewels & Jeans to Bourbon & Bowties, golf tournaments, Night of Champions, and more, it's been a very busy spring! We love being able to share these experiences with you and support some amazing causes along the way. See some of the highlights.

And if you know anyone in search of an exciting new opportunity, we have 2 openings on our team right now.
Community & Partner Spotlight
Limbs & Things

With headquarters in the UK, our friends at Limbs & Things are directly impacted by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) we've all been hearing about. They're giving the same attention to compliance that they do to their renowned innovation and tools, and we're proud to support them.

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Tech Tip: Power up your Password Protection

In case you missed it on our social media channels, May 3rd was World Password Day. We shared 10 tips for keeping your information more secure.

Tip #1 - Follow the 8 + 4 rule.
Make your password at least 8 characters long, and use 4 types of characters (upper case, lower case, numbers, and symbols). It may seem like a pain, but getting hacked hurts a lot more.
Click here to view the first post and use the left arrow to flip through the other tips.

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