In late 2008, Loeb & Loeb began evaluating options for a possible move from its existing location in New York City to another building in midtown.

As part of this evaluation, my staff and I began discussing moving our New York data center, which has been our disaster recovery site for Los Angeles, Chicago and Nashville. Whether we will stay at our current location or move is still being discussed, however, our reasons for moving the data center fundamentally changed following a recent business continuity planning project with consultant Pamela Hill of Project Leadership Associates.

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