Planning for a disaster is half the work - Can you recover?

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Increasingly, companies are implementing business continuity plans to ensure the constant availability and support of the company infrastructure and business processes.

But a plan is merely the first step on the road to continuing the business in the event of an interruption, and unless tested regularly quickly becomes out of date. Worse still, out-of-date plans can even engender a false sense of confidence in their fitness for purpose! Therefore, how does a ...

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