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default Are business continuity and information security converging? Popular

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Is the increasing organizational focus on information security having an effect on the traditional demarcation lines between business continuity and information security management (ISM)? Continuity Central recently conducted an online survey to find out.

default Business continuity trends and challenges 2016 Popular

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During the final quarter of 2015 Continuity Central conducted an online survey asking business continuity professionals about their expectations for 2016. Whilst many of the survey findings are similar to the same survey a year earlier, there are some interesting changes.

default Business continuity trends and challenges 2017 Popular

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During the final quarter of 2016 Continuity Central conducted an online survey asking business continuity professionals about their expectations for 2017. This article provides the results of the survey. One surprise from the survey is a significant increase in the number of organizations that will be increasing their spending on business continuity in 2017.

default Business continuity trends and challenges: survey results Popular

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During the first quarter of 2015 Continuity Central conducted an online survey asking business continuity professionals about their expectations for the rest of 2015.

default IT downtime impacts explored in new research Popular

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Forty-five percent of IT professionals report that their business is impacted if IT is down for just 15 minutes or less, and 17 percent say that disruption occurs the instant an IT outage develops.

default Quality control and measurement of business continuity management systems: final survey results Popular

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In 2013 Continuity Central conducted a survey to explore quality control methods that are being used within business continuity management systems. This survey has now been repeated to see how the trends in this area have changed. The 2014 Quality control and measurement of business continuity management systems survey was conducted online using SurveyMonkey and received 142 responses in total. 84.5 percent of respondents were from large organizations (those with more than 250 employees). Respondents came from around the world, with the most coming from the US (34 percent), the UK (25 percent) and Australia (6 percent).

default The results of the 2014 Continuity Central Business Continuity Software Survey: part one Popular

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Continuity Central recently conducted a wide-ranging survey into business continuity software usage.

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