Everyone is well aware of all of the recent natural disasters and political upheavals, and the tendency is to focus on these headlines and structure our preparedness accordingly. But in the real world and work environment that we function in daily, these sensational events are hectares apart from the more likely disaster and recovery scenarios that will test an organization’s ability to recover if and when they occur. This is the very reason why turning one’s attention away from blockbuster disasters to the more commonplace disruptions is the practical solution.
Tuesday, 06 November 2007 14:23
Recovery Steps: The Horsepower for Recovery PlanningWritten by Sara Williams, CBCP
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