Intronis Recognizes the Importance of Giving in this Time of Disaster Recovery
When natural disasters occur, such as the unfortunate tornado in Joplin, Missouri, it is such a relief to have organizations who assist with disaster response and recovery. Hands That Give is one organization that has all hands on deck when individuals and businesses need help due to natural and personal traumatic incidents, which cause dire situations for those involved.
Intronis is proud to be a sponsor for such a worthy cause, especially after Missouri went through such a difficult time this past May. Intronis believes that although disasters are unfortunate, it is important to be prepared for them, have a plan set to recover, and have organizations such as Hands that Give willing and ready to help in those times of need.
As Arlin Sorensen, the CEO of HTG Peer Groups states, “HTG is happy to have this incredible way to help those in need, especially when such hardship has occurred. We are fully prepared to help wherever needed and are grateful to Intronis for its generous donation. We will continue to seek further assistance from people who want to be a part of our Hands that Give mission: that no HTG member will ever have to face business or life disruptions alone.”
With our donation to this cause, our team at Intronis gives a great big “high five” and hopes that our joint involvement will contribute even more in future times of disaster recovery.
Intronis is a cloud provider of backup and disaster recovery services for the IT channel. Intronis utilizes 256-bit AES security and multiple data centers located on opposite coasts to ensure data protection and availability. Intronis offers IT service providers a secure data solution combined with a robust partner program, the efficiencies of full web-based account management, and an industry leading technical support team. www.intronis.com
About Hands That Give
Hands That Give is the technology industry’s first emergency response operation, uniting HTG Peer Group (HTG) members during times of personal crises or natural disaster. HTG member-led business continuity teams, aided by the IT industry’s leading vendors, mobilize immediately following a catastrophe to provide disaster-response support to those affected by devastating hardships and business interruptions. Funded through member and corporate contributions and managed by an oversight committee, Hands That Give provides a rich and meaningful opportunity to help restore hope and dignity following times of crisis. To learn more, visit www.handsthatgive.net.
About HTG Peer Groups
Established in 2000 by Arlin Sorensen as a business and personal development community, today HTG Peer Groups is an international organization of leading IT solution providers. HTG has more than 250 member companies throughout North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia/New Zealand. Each peer group consists of 10-12 IT company executives who work together and share resources and information to formulate and meet business goals such as strategic planning, process improvement and tools, and life-work excellence. HTG offers CEO Forums, vendor peer groups and other educational events, quarterly meetings, and an annual summit that attracts hundreds of attendees, vendor exhibitors and strategic partners. Visit www.htgpeergroups.com or call 712-744-3619 for more information.