If you live in the Northeast, you've probably spend the past few days preparing for Winter Storm Juno. Nobody wants to get snowed in without the proper euipment and supplies. Being stuck indoors with no power, no food and no water certainly aren't on most people's mid-week plans.
Keeping yourself safe from a potentially disastrous storm is a priority, but in a perfect world, you'd probably want to protect your data too, right? What happens if the 65 mph winds take down a power line and cut out the power? Or worse, a tree or heavy snow comes down on your place of business? Is your data lost? Do you still have access to it?