Business continuity planning requires a strong foundation to work from and a strategy optimized for you company’s unique workflow.
The experts at the Institute of Risk Management recently revealed some of their top risk predictions for enterprises in the new year.
Many companies focus on disaster recovery planning for faster, more efficient return to operations when a crisis strikes.
Each new year brings new challenges with business continuity planning, whether its technology to adapt to or new disaster risks to prepare for.
One of the biggest challenges that business continuity planning faces is measuring the actual costs of downtime and the value of swift recovery.
As more enterprises are relying on technology to support their business continuity planning, the cloud has taken a front seat in new investments.
Understanding your mistakes is a good way to prevent them from reoccurring, but educating yourself/familiarizing on the most common mistakes in your industry allows you to avoid them in the first place.
As businesses seek the best way to prepare for a potential disaster, many are turning to hybrid cloud strategies to back up their data and IT systems and provide a viable platform for employee workflow during recovery operations.