Is Business Continuity Ready for Machine Learning?

Russian author Tolstoy wrote that every happy family looks alike, yet every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Translated into a business continuity context, the message is that enterprises and organisations that experience no disruptions to business have often identified the same core set of things to do properly – and which they do indeed do properly. Those whose operations falter or grind to a halt have neglected an essential aspect. However, the nature of that aspect may differ from one enterprise to another, or even within the same enterprise (for successive disruptions). There may be many points to be checked to avoid business discontinuity. Could machine learning speed the process and help to spot business continuity failures before they happen? Read more