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Businesses of all sizes are increasingly dependent on an uninterrupted flow of information. At the same time, the threats are growing in type and magnitude. They are as old as hurricanes, as new as the latest computer virus and as horrific as the events of 9-11.

Today, business continuity is no longer a luxury; it is a way of doing business. The SEC, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and a host of state and industry regulators are urging, and in some cases requiring, the development of business continuity plans.

Whatever the situation, customers expect supplies and services to continue or at least resume rapidly. So companies that provide operational continuity can have a major competitive advantage.

Key Benefits:

  • Create a business continuity plan that considers the impacts of service interruptions, order of priority for recovery, your technical infrastructure, and your interdependencies
  • When a service interruption occurs you can minimize disruption and data loss
  • Sense of security with personnel, suppliers, vendors, partners, investors, and customers