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Tactical Computing: Peculiarities in Business Continuity

Written by  Fred Aylstock, CDRP & Randy Settergen November 15, 2007

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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