Tag Archives: Information Technology

Keeping Business and IT Connected for Better Business Continuity

For many organisations, markets change fast as customer needs develop and competitors offer new solutions. Business people under pressure to get new products and services to market may ask more of the IT department than it can deliver at that … Continue reading

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How the Consumer IT Market is Driving Business Continuity Management

For many aspects of IT, the business market takes its cue from developments in the consumer sector. Even if other items like servers, databases and virtualisation are still enterprise-centric, developments in tablet PCs and smartphones are driven first of all … Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery is Purely an IT Function – Or is It?

There is a temptation to consider disaster recovery as an IT-specific activity, conducted by IT staff to get IT systems running properly again after an incident or a mishap. Part of that notion is true. Disaster recovery is a term … Continue reading

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Disaster Recovery, the Workforce and the Swing of the Pendulum

Business started with people. Then came machines, followed by information technology. With IT running business (so to speak), disaster recovery was focused on IT. In fact, the one thing that was often conspicuous by its absence in DR planning and … Continue reading

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