Having strong DR is the difference between a short period of downtime and complete data recovery in hours, or business closure with permanent data loss. Watch to compare the good vs bad of disaster recovery.
Read the biggest disaster recovery fails from high-profile businesses, with catastrophic and humiliating aftermaths.
Our downloadable guide explains how to efficiently test a DR plan, from automated tasks through to complete simulations.
We discuss the downtime consequences of inadequate BC test planning and six ways to test a business continuity plan with minimal downtime.
Why do business continuity plans fail? These are the seven most frequent yet preventable reasons behind inadequate BC plan reliability.
In the current climate, how to audit a business continuity plan is a hot topic of conversation. This accessible guide explains how to get started.
Considering updating your DR plan? Here are five lesser-known (but equally important) elements of a DR plan that you may not have come across.
Read about five key considerations for your BC plan that will ensure better preparedness in times of trouble, while getting more back from BC investments.
Business continuity planning is important for IT infrastructure because today, technology is the chief facilitator of business-critical operations.
There is a key difference between those that do and do not champion IT and embrace new technologies as a core component of business continuity.