A methodology for developing a business continuity strategy

business continuity strategyThe development of a business continuity strategy is probably one of the most complicated steps in building a business continuity management system. An appropriate BCS demands the usage of a methodological approach and creative thinking. In this article Alberto G. Alexander, Ph.D, MBCI, presents a methodology for developing an effective BCS and the managerial aspects which need to be considered to stimulate a creative thinking environment.

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The benefits of moving business critical to the cloud

Andres RichterCore enterprise applications such as ERP are not as readily moved off-site as other applications – but they’re propelling a new wave of cloud adoption. Andres Richter explains why organizations should consider making the switch.

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Just how protected is data in Office 365?

Stefan SchachingerThe risk of downtime is intrinsically reduced with Office 365, meaning that it can be tempting to believe that the disaster recovery job is done. However, this is far from the case, as Stefan Schachinger explains. Read this article.

Digital legacies: a missing link in many succession plans

Joe SiegristSuccession planning is vital for organizations of all sizes, but for small and medium sized businesses, it can be the difference between business continuity and business closure. Key to successful succession plans is managing digital legacies, but this is often a neglected area says Joe Siegrist... Read this article.