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The news out of Japan in the past two weeks has been stunning. Japan is struggling with the aftermath of an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster on Honshu island north of Tokyo. Stop for a minute and think about the … Continue reading
High availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) are often thought of as synonymous with each other. A highly available infrastructure component or IT system is described as “fault tolerant” or having the ability to “fail over”. An example of high … Continue reading
“The meeting today was a disaster…” “Rain this afternoon could mean disaster for this year’s community carnival…” “Continued quantitative easing by the Fed could cause an inflation disaster…” The word disaster is used liberally in our spoken and written language … Continue reading
For businesses or communities developing a disaster recovery plan the development of a recovery strategy is often the make or break moment in the planning process. With a well thought out and documented recovery strategy most organizations, at time of … Continue reading
Forrester declares there are, “New Options for Business Continuity Management Software.” Are the ERM applications mentioned really new options? Or, are these new names really just the same old dinosaur in new packaging?