“Resiliency” is a term that has been used, overused, and misused by many. Industry professionals still struggle with educating companies on the differences between business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR). The term “BC/DR” is often used, but there is a need to be separate to gain a clearer understanding and deeper conversations around risk management. BC and DR are cousins, not siblings. They are tied together by “family,” but not exactly the same. Resiliency is being described in many circles in the same way. The word is passed around as some higher level of achieving excellence in an unpredictable…
Are People Top of Mind in Your 2023 Business Continuity Strategy?
Traditionally, disaster recovery has focused mostly on the protection and recovery of data (still critical) – but data alone can’t...
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So, You Want to Assess Your BC Program?
Measuring the maturity and success of a BC program can be a somewhat daunting task for many BC leaders. Determining...
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Attendance Jumps for DRJ Fall 2022 in Phoenix
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Attendance continued to rise with Disaster Recovery Journal’s second in-person conference since the pandemic, DRJ Fall 2022,...
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Continually Learning Crisis Leadership
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, and companies across Iowa activated crisis management...
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