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Technology in the workplace: predictions for 2022

When it comes to technology it’s important for business continuity managers to consider what’s on the horizon and plan accordingly. With that in mind, Continuity Central spoke to nine tech experts to discuss what they think will be the biggest technological developments in the workplace over the next year.

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Are you really cyber attack ready?

One of the trends seen in 2021 was the continued development of cyber security into cyber resilience. Cyber protection is no longer enough, instead incident response, crisis management, and disaster recovery plans need to also be in place. In this article, CISO Ryan Weeks challenges organizations to consider whether their cyber attack plans are fit for purpose.

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Boosting Kubernetes disaster recovery

Kubernetes is an open-source system for containerized applications. It offers various disaster recovery capabilities including  automated rollbacks and self-healing but reliance on inbuilt options is not enough, as Faiz Khan explains…

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Data storage and protection: predictions for 2022

Scality has made various predictions for how the data storage and protection landscape will develop in 2022. The forecast homes in on how storage solutions will evolve to meet current challenges and how emerging technologies will impact the data storage landscape…

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