As BC/DR professionals, we are constantly called to react to change. We write plans to update and maintain (reduce, respond, recover, resume, restore) after events that obviously change the way our companies, clients, and organizations do business. It is incumbent on us to be prepared, to be knowledgeable of the changes that take place, not only in our world of those we service but in the world of our industry as well. We have recently had and continue to have new standards added and modified – new approaches to traditional methodologies are always being considered. As a member of the DRJ Glossary Committee, I am keenly aware that old terminology is being redefined, and new terminology is being introduced as we work toward a glossary that will be a standard for the industry. In addition to this magazine, there are a plethora of choices and channels for obtaining and receiving industry information
Monday, 14 January 2013 03:44
Managing Information Overload?Written by JAMES PRICE Jr., MBCP, MBCI, ITIL
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