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That Business Continuity Metrics Challenge Again

As the old saying goes, if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. For business continuity to get the senior management attention it deserves, hard data on your BC program progress could be a good idea. But of course, … Continue reading

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Business Impact Analysis – The Input, the Whole Input, Nothing but the Input

Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is a key part of the Disaster Recovery Planning process. Good judgment is a part of the whole DR planning, but the specific challenge of identifying possible risks and their impact in the first place is … Continue reading

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Business Continuity SMART Objectives

There’s a good chance you’ve already met SMART objectives, whether in business continuity planning or elsewhere. This acronym is multi-purpose and comes up in sales, marketing, manufacturing… and business continuity. A quick reminder on what SMART stands for: S is … Continue reading

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