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Software tool launched to assist with the development of Adaptive BC

Adaptive Business Continuity (Adaptive BC) is an alternative approach to traditional continuity planning which has been proposed by two industry professionals, David Lindstedt and Mark Armour.

Adaptive BC is ‘based on the belief that the practices of traditional business continuity planning have become increasingly ineffectual’. It uses nine principles, contained in the Adaptive BC Manifesto, as the foundation of a new approach to business continuity.

To assist business continuity managers in understanding and using Adaptive BC, Lindstedt and Armour have now launched a software tool. Called Jeomby, the software acts as a ‘personal assistant to navigate, track, and manage your Adaptive Business Continuity efforts’. Jeomby is currently a BETA version and feedback is requested.

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