Continuity Software publishes Enterprise Service Availability and Business Continuity Benchmark Survey report
32 percent of the organizations surveyed did not meet their service availability goals for mission critical systems in 2012.
Use of cloud for business continuity and disaster recovery on the increase
According to a TechTarget - Computer Weekly survey.
Business continuity in 2013: interim survey results
Continuity Central is currently conducting a survey to determine what changes and trends we can expect to see in the business continuity profession during 2013. A full report will be published once the survey closes but the results so far indicate some interesting trends.
Supply Chain Resilience 2012
The Business Continuity Institute has published a new report into supply chain resilience which finds that 73 percent of organizations recorded at least one supply chain disruption in 2011.
Survey looks into initial attitudes to ISO 22301
New international business continuity standard expected to ‘triple certification levels.’
AT&T survey looks into the business continuity habits of Japanese businesses
Business continuity and cloud computing are 2012 priorities.
Results from global business continuity management program benchmarking study
Continuity Insights and KPMG LLP have published the findings of the 2011-2012 Global Business Continuity Management Program Benchmarking Study, which surveyed 685 executives from over 40 countries.
2012 business continuity horizon scan
The Business Continuity Institute has published survey findings on the top threats to business continuity in 2012
Survey looks at business continuity and the cloud
23 percent of respondents have incorporated cloud services into their business continuity and disaster recovery strategies; and 28 percent will do so within 24 months.
The Second Middle East Business Continuity Management Survey report
Disaster recovery planning in European organizations
Business continuity management trends in nine Middle East countries.
Survey looks at the current state of play and highlights seven key enablers of effective disaster recovery.
Most companies could not meet their recovery time objectives
According to a FalconStor poll.
Business continuity in US real estate companies
Survey reveals that more than half of real estate companies lack business continuity plans.
The top causes of downtime explored
The Quorum Disaster Recovery Report.
Survey provides a snapshot of US business continuity planning
SolarWinds has released the results of a survey conducted in partnership with Network World which asked respondents about business continuity in their organization.
2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey results
Symantec Corp. has published the findings of its 2012 SMB Disaster Preparedness Survey.
Business continuity in Toronto
Survey finds that 85 percent of Toronto-area companies have developed business continuity plans.
Disaster recovery failing to catch up with virtualization and cloud: Acronis Survey
US SMBs relying on inadequate backup and disaster recovery methods
The 2011 AT&T Business Continuity Study
AT&T has published the results of its annual survey into business continuity planning in the US.
‘Preparedness in the Private Sector – 2011’
How many organizations really have business continuity management?
Key findings from a new Conference Board report.
Patrick Roberts looks beneath the headline figures published in the recent 2013 Chartered Management Institute business continuity survey
Changing approach to business continuity paying dividends
Business disruptions hit lowest levels in over eighteen years as UK organizations evolve business practices to deliver the available enterprise, says SunGard Availability Services.
BT survey shows that the importance of business continuity planning was one of the key London 2012 lessons
A BT survey, which surveyed 600 UK-based large private and public sector organizations, has looked into the lessons that were learned from the London 2012 Olympics.
UK manufacturers shrink supply chains as a business continuity measure
A survey by EEF, the manufacturers’ organization, has found that many UK companies are looking to re-shore production in response to supply chain risks.
UK businesses failing to include ‘talent risks’ in business continuity strategies
According to a Vodafone survey.
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