Category Archives: Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

Revitalizing Business Continuity

Learn how to tame complexity with 4 steps to revitalize business continuity programs. In IT, complexity grows over time. When companies adopt a new enterprise technology, it always affects their processes and workflow – often causing “messes” and “clutter” that need to be cleaned up. That’s an essential task in […]

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Are Your Business Continuity Plans Up To Par for Today’s Changing World?

Business Continuity (BC) plans for compliance won’t cut it as business leaders are demanding outcomes, asking if you can prove that you are resilient enough to recover. There are some startling statistics supporting these concerns: 86% of companies experienced one or more instances of system downtime in the previous year, […]

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Keeping Your Laptop Users Up & Running

How to address business continuity, information security, policy enforcement, and regulatory compliance challenges for your laptop users. This informative how-to guide will help you devise a comprehensive backup and data protection plan for your laptop users. Learn how to help your mobile workforce bounce back fast from data disasters big […]

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The Essentials of CEO’s – Free Kit

Download this kit to learn everything you need to know about executive management. The Essentials of CEO’s, brings together the latest in information, coverage of important developments, and expert commentary to help with your CEO related decisions.The following kit contents will help you get the most out of your executive […]

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Surviving the Business Equivalent of the Zombie Apocalypse

Developing a business continuity and disaster recovery plan. You probably won’t ever encounter a flesh-eater, but natural disasters can eat into your business in a real way. More than 43% of businesses that close following a natural disaster never reopen, and an additional 29% of businesses close down permanently within […]

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