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Tactical Computing: Peculiarities in Business Continuity

Written by  Fred Aylstock, CDRP & Randy Settergen Thursday, 15 November 2007 05:29

How well do you sleep?Nearly four thousand years ago King Solomon wrote 'Have no fear of sudden disaster or of the ruin that overtakes the wicked' Proverbs 3:25, NIVi. King Solomon preserved sound judgment and discernment in the management of his kingdom. Can you sleep with the confidence that King Solomon enjoyed? ( I am referring, of course, to your capability to continue your business through a disaster episode.) This article focuses on what I shall designate 'Tactical Computing', that is non-mainframe in the broadest sense ( condensed for brevity from a plethora of terms, including: Client/Server, Network Computing, Distributed, Open, Multiplatform, Desktop, PC/LAN, Multi-Platform, Minicomputer and Enterprise Computing. This article also applies to the burgeoning SOHO computing arena (Small Office Home Office).

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