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Coronavirus: Focus on recovery and continuity planning

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These events reinforce the need for good disaster recovery and business continuity planning so businesses can keep operations rolling as their premises, systems or staff become unavailable. 

18th Mar 2020
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Introduction

Expert guides

Case studies

Technology issues

Any Answers

Online resources

Vendor articles and whitepapers

 

Introduction

Floods, explosions and terrorist attacks invariably bring in their wake a series of pronouncements about the need for good disaster recovery and business continuity planning. Sadly, the "climate of fear" approach seems to put many people off the subject and the impression lingers that it is just a matter of having a few technology back-up systems in place.

But knowing what to do in an emergency should be an essential element of any business plan and as the following guides explain, b...

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