“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…
Successful Virtual Experience for DRJ Fall 2020
ARNOLD, Mo. – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact nearly every business, Disaster Recovery Journal held its first virtual...
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The Big Resilience Reset
No doubt, businesses everywhere are still reeling from a major resilience reckoning. Think about it: In a period of just...
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Future Pandemic Readiness
How Proactive Contact Tracing Management for Employees Facilitates Continuity of Operations How do we do it better next time? That’s...
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An Elusive Holy Grail
Rethinking ROI and the Value of Business Resilience Programs It’s Monday morning and you need to convince new members of...
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