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We knew that Hurricane Katrina would devastate the Gulf Coast and we should act promptly, decisively, and effectively. But we didn’t.We knew we were vulnerable to terrorist attacks via hijacked airplanes, and we should take preventive action. But we didn’t.We knew that deep-water oil rigs are extraordinarily hard to plug once they start gushing and we ought to use the best technology and safeguards to prevent what’s called a “spill.” But we didn’t.We knew that air travel is vulnerable to weather ranging from snow to volcanic ash and we should prepare to accommodate, inform, and reroute hub-airports full of travelers.…

November 13, 2019 – Staffing the Expertise you need at the Right Time and Cost Flexibility


October 30, 2019 – Orchestrating a Disaster Recovery Test


October 23, 2019 – BCP Software or BCP Consultants? What is best for you?


An Interview with Greg Povolny of Mindshare Technology
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Crisis Response and Recovery Planning in Higher Education Communities
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Aesop’s Take on Enterprise Risk Management
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Do We Really Need Another Business Continuity Standard?
It seems like less than a decade ago we didn’t have any standards on business continuity in the United States,...