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This leads me to the contention that perhaps there is something more fundamental that is missing in the way business continuity is being marketed and perceived by potential clients! That missing link, I will argue, is none other than a lack of focus on a company’s employees. Digest these facts. According to an article in the Journal of Facilities Management, 40 percent of businesses that experience a disaster never reopen and 30 percent close within two years. According to an article in Computers & Security, nearly 90 percent of companies in the UK do not have a business continuity plan…

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