ResilientBCM.com – Keeping the ball in play. Traditional business continuity is not well suited to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) says Paul Kudray. In this article, he sets out his vision for creating the 3 A’s of ‘achievable, affordable and available’ resilience for SMEs. ‘All businesses want and need to know, what to do […]
ResilientBCM.com – Keeping the ball in play. To cloud or not to cloud, that is a question! IDG Enterprise’s 2016 Cloud Computing Survey has found that 70 percent of organizations now have at least one application in the cloud; and adoption is still ramping up. More than half of organizations (56 percent) are still identifying […]
ResilientBCM.com Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel has signed a pledge to introduce a budget that commits at least 10 percent of the City Council’s 2017/18 spending to building Christchurch’s resilience. @ResilientBCM #ResilientBCMContent retrieved from: http://www.continuitycentral.com/index.php/news/resilience-news/1414-christchurch-city-council-makes-resilience-pledge.
Iland has published a new report, ‘The State of IT Disaster Recovery Amongst UK Businesses’, that reveals real-world failover rates as well as overconfidence and other underlying issues that prevent companies from optimally ensuring business continuity.Content retrieved from: http://www.continuitycentral.com/index.php/news/technology/1423-it-disaster-recovery-strategies-weakened-by-overconfidence-survey.
ResilientBCM.com One year on from the completion of the ISO Technical Specification for BIAs, ISO/TS 22317:2015 Societal security — Business continuity management systems — Guidelines for business impact analysis (BIA), Jayne Howe examines the realities of the standard and combines this with some practical advice on how to conduct BIAs. Read article here @ResilientBCM #ResilientBCMContent […]
ResilientBCM.com – Keeping the ball in play. Marsh has published a briefing paper on resilience and risk management in ports and terminals around the world. ‘The Black Swan: The Unexpected in Ports and Terminals’, examines the implications of low-probability, high-impact events on ports and terminals. This report should be of Great interest to the ports […]
ResilientBCM.com – Keeping the ball in play One of the most common concerns raised by business continuity managers is the difficulty of getting senior management support. In this article Brad Law MBCI, provides five ideas for making progress in this tricky area. It seems nowadays that most of our working hours are spent in meetings, […]
ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play How do you ensure that the time and money spent on business continuity is yielding the desired results? Karen Humphris, senior advisory manager at ContinuitySA, looks at the subject and provides a checklist of 12 critical BCM success factors. As business continuity management (BCM) becomes more important as […]
ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play Alberto G. Alexander, PhD, MBCI, presents an overview of different BCM exercise methods and offers a methodology for designing and managing exercises within the context of business continuity management. It is hard to believe that our armed forces, national guards, policemen and firemen would not exercise to validate […]
ResilientBCM – Keeping the ball in play. Ignore the title but concentrate on the quote below What’s worrying is that data loss through human error isn’t an uncommon occurrence. Recent research from Cloudwards found that 32 percent of data loss is caused by human error. And there are plenty of ways this can occur, for […]