A perfect storm is brewing: U.S. companies have less tolerance than ever for downtime, while weather experts predict a higher-than-average hurricane season along the Gulf of Mexico, with the biggest risk in Louisiana and Texas.Companies located in disaster-prone regions like the Gulf spend considerable time and expense on IT infrastructure and insurance to ensure business continuity when a hurricane strikes. The huge disruptions caused by hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Wilma - with economic losses totaling more than US $139 billion - jolted many companies into action.Still, the human element...

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