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The realities of recovery time objectives

Is the aim of recovering to a minimum business continuity objective acceptable? Tim Dunger argues that it isn’t…

Many of you have recovery time objectives within your business continuity and disaster recovery plans. It’s the desired time for which you will be deemed to have been ‘recovered’. But following a conversation with peers just recently, I have discovered that the point at which an IT system is seen as ‘recovered’ is rarely agreed between them.

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Business continuity trends and challenges: survey results

During the first quarter of 2015 Continuity Central conducted an online survey asking business continuity professionals about their expectations for the rest of 2015.

239 responses were received, with the majority (82.8 percent) being from large organizations (companies with more than 250 employees). The highest percentage of respondents were from the United States (35.6 percent), followed by the UK (24.7 percent). Significant numbers of responses were also received from Australia and New Zealand (6.7 percent), Canada (5.9 percent) and India (4 percent).

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Top tips for improving your business continuity exercises

By Duncan Ford MBCI.

Could you get more out of your business continuity exercises? Do you have an inner concern that last year’s exercise programme didn’t demonstrate as much as you would have liked, or that there may be alternative ways of delivering the exercise that would be more cost effective and less effort?

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