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How Much of Disaster Recovery for BYOD is Just About Trust?

Bring your own device or BYOD exists practically everywhere, whether your enterprise has a policy for it or not. Any employee with a personal smartphone can and frequently does store some business-related data on it. The ideas behind deliberately encouraging … Continue reading

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How Gamification of Disaster Recovery Might Help Your Enterprise

For IT managers responsible for recovery after an IT incident, DR is often anything but a game. After all, with so many businesses critically dependent on their IT, any attempt to make RTO and RPO “fun” might seem seriously out … Continue reading

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Have You Completely Understood Your Data Recovery Needs?

The whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Although you may have planned for individual components of data recovery after an incident, the overall impact must also be assessed. An example is the need to recover operations that … Continue reading

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Enterprise IT Trends and the Wider-Spread Effect on Business Continuity

Business continuity does not operate in a vacuum. Far from it, BC must interwork with the trends and developments in organisations, in particular in their IT operations. Whether from a standpoint of people, business objectives or technology, business continuity managers … Continue reading

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