How Technology is Crucial to Healthcare Disaster Preparedness

Modern technologies provide enormous benefits to the healthcare industry. These same innovations can lead to severe problems in the event of their failure. With healthcare data vastly growing, the potential risks also multiply.   While intentional attacks aimed... Read More

X2nSat: A Unique and Disruptive Provider

In March of this year, X2nSat had the distinct honor of being selected to CIO Applications “Top 25 Business Continuity Solutions Providers for 2018”. CIO Applications has established itself as an industry thought leader where executives can keep... Read More

X2nSat: MISAC Matters Newsletter Article

Disaster Recovery vs. Business Continuity for Voice and Data   Every enterprise, agency and municipality should have a carefully created disaster recovery plan in place. The wise Benjamin Franklin said: “By failing to plan, you are preparing to... Read More

X2nSat’s Las Cruces Gateway: Online and Operational

Engineering, planning, and building a new satellite gateway is an arduous task. As a Satellite Network Engineer here at X2nSat I am also the first full-time employee working here onsite as construction of our new gateway in Las... Read More

Remember the Reason for the Season

The holidays are always a time of reflection and renewal as we close out one year and move forward into the next. 2017 has been a tough year for many people who may then be glad to see... Read More

It’s Time to Talk About Disasters

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 storm near Rockport, Texas on August 25th. In a given year, one storm of this historic magnitude is plenty, but in the short six weeks since we have also seen... Read More

Watch out for Bret, Cindy, and Don (Hurricanes!)

Hurricane season officially began on June 1st and runs all the way through November 30th. In fact, did you know that we already had our first named storm of this season back in April? Tropical storm Arlene formed... Read More

Plan for the Worst and Hope for the Best

They say hindsight is 20/20.  That is the case when evaluating the effectiveness of how prepared a company or government agency was when dealing with a disaster scenario. This past week Sheriff Kory Honea of Butte County here... Read More