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Get Your BC Program Off to the Right Start

Written by  BOB ARNOLD December 28, 2009

The new year has arrived! Let’s hope this one is a better one for business continuity planners and businesses as a whole. While 2009 had many positives; there were also struggles. In this issue of Disaster Recovery Journal, we are focusing on new beginnings and new solutions for the next decade. It’s hard to believe the first decade of the millennium has come to a close. This past decade has been filled with unbelievable tragedy and a multitude of problems. And yet, it has also seen tremendous growth in our industry and new solutions that never could have been fathomed 10 years ago. I can’t wait to see the growth in this industry continue. I know the determination of business continuity planners has not wavered, nor has the desire to fully protect an organization. But recent economic trends have hampered the true spirit of the industry. Budgets have been cut and some of the progress we have made in the last decade has slipped. It is a sad sight for myself and other

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