Get prepared to avoid downtime

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Fires, power outages, cyberattacks. Natural and man-made disasters threaten every company, but in this increasingly internet-dependent economy, downtime and the losses caused by it are a major concern.

Many companies are establishing business continuity plans (BCPs) to make sure they can recover if disaster strikes. Regulatory demands are adding to the pressure for business-continuity management, which is now no longer a luxury, but an expected part of doing business, says Jim Nelson, ...

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