Holiday Prep Guide For Small Businesses

If you're planning to take some time off for the holidays, here's a checklist of things to do to make sure you won't return to a disaster.

InformationWeek Staff, Contributor

December 20, 2005

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If you are concerned about physical security, consider installing an Internet-capable Web cam to monitor your premises. D-Link's WiFi-enabled Web cams are simple to set up and accessible from any web browser (this again assumes you're taking your laptop with you). If you don't want to carry a laptop, you could connect standard CATV monitoring cameras like those used in banks and convenience stores, to a Comet interface that links your cameras to low-bandwidth devices like cell phones for remote viewing.

Hopefully all the preparation for your holiday vacation will be largely unnecessary, and everything will run smoothly while you're away. And the peace of mind that you can have by simply knowing things are not going badly is likely to make your holiday all that much more enjoyable.

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