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Business disruptions can take place at any time. Everyday interruptions, like a car breaking down or larger events such as blizzards, prevent employees from getting to their offices. Proper business continuity planning helps avoid non-productivity and revenue loss during such situations. Addressing the business continuity needs of office workers, the most common type of employee in many organizations, is important. These employees typically work at their desks, and when they work outside of the office they are most often without remote access to corporate resources. Appliance-based remote desktop solutions enable workers to immediately, securely, and cost-effectively access their unique applications…
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Information Security and Cyber Governance, Risk, and Compliance
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Effective Preparedness through Strategic Exercise Programs
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Sample Plans
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Templates The fully editable and customizable templates provided below offer sample content and procedures...