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The winners of the BCI Global Awards 2019

The Business Continuity Institute has presented its annual BCI Global Awards. The Awards ‘give international recognition for hard-earned achievements’ and ‘are considered a great accolade within the business continuity profession’ says the BCI.

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Future business continuity: managing robot availability?

At Mobile World Congress Los Angeles CloudMinds Technology Inc. has given organizations a glimpse of the future, displaying its XR-1 humanoid robot powered by cloud artificial intelligence, commercial Sprint True Mobile 5G and proprietary vision-controlled grasping technology for service robots.

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Making the case for work-area recovery

Work-area recovery (WAR) is sometimes seen as one of yesterday’s business continuity strategies. In this article, Innes le Roux explains why he believes that this is not the case and why you’re not truly resilience without work-area recovery.

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Some thoughts about the BIA debate…

In a response to recent articles about the BIA’s role in business continuity, Dr. David Lindstedt responds, saying that much of the debate is predicated on a misunderstanding and is therefore, naturally, rather unproductive. In this article he seeks to clarify the nature of the debate regarding the value of the business impact analysis (BIA) and proposes new questions for consideration.

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