1999

The 1999 Atlantic hurricane season had five Category 4 hurricanes – the highest amount recorded in a single season in the Atlantic basin.

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The 1999 Atlantic hurricane season had five Category 4 hurricanes – the highest amount recorded in a single season in the Atlantic basin. The most significant storm of the season was Hurricane Floyd, a strong Category 4 hurricane that caused devastating flooding along the East Coast of the United States, especially in North Carolina.

Designing disaster avoidance into your plan(April 1999) -- By Jeffery A.Lupinacci -- Many people are familiar with disaster recovery -- the planning and implementation of processes to get an organization back in service after something goes wrong. In contrast to disaster recovery, disaster avoidance takes a more proactive look at infrastructure and systems. This approach doesn`t make disaster recovery obsolete, but it helps an organization avoid activating its disaster-recovery plan. In network planning, as in medicine, preventing a disaster is better than recovering from it. Read Full Article

In 1999, Cabling Installation & Maintenance magazine focused more of its coverage on the cabling contractor, as presented by the introduction of an annual Structured Cabling Marketplace seminar, and a special supplement of the magazine highlighting the importance of voice/data distributors.

Cabling News Flashback – 1999

Telecommunications industry continues to see double-digit growth

Cabling for the future: which way?

Fundamental installation tools: wire and cable handlers

It’s time to integrate telecom and building automation systems

All Cabling News for 1999

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