An Inside Look at Town Emergency Operations

Have you ever wondered how the Town of Holden Beach operates during emergency conditions like Hurricane Irene?  Well, Microsoft has written a case study on how the town uses new “cloud” computing technology to manage emergencies.

“The entire IT operation has been virtualized, says [Town Manager] David Hewett.  Holden Beach computers are directly connected to the GeniSys data center over a fiber optic connection…”  This “[ensures] continuity of operations when the town’s government had to leave with its residents.”

If you’re interested in learning more and reading the full case study, take a look at the link below:

Holden Beach Takes IT Infrastructure to the Cloud to Enhance Hurricane Operations

Josh is a primary contributor to the Holden Beach Community Blog, focusing on sharing local news and event information with locals and visitors. He grew up at Holden Beach working for family businesses. As a kid, you could have found him riding his bike to old Jeff's Grocery for a few candy treats or working the checkout counter at Beach Mart.

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