Business Continuity Means the IT 'Show' Must Go On

John Storts

IT managers and other decision-makers can face overwhelming burdens in the face of a disruptive event (whether a natural disaster, cyber attack or other misfortune). They are often faced with assessing immediate, post-catastrophe priorities and determining business-critical functions in order to get things moving and keep them moving.


Use the resources here in the Knowledge Network to help you efficiently plan for and quickly recover from whatever life throws at you and your business. We offer definition documents that tell you exactly what you need to know about key concepts relating to risk management, disaster recovery and business continuity.


Don't forget to look at IT Business Edge and our other network sites for more information and expert opinions. Know your real risks and have a plan to deal with them so that the IT show can go on.


Check out these related IT Business Edge and Knowledge Network resources. Our editors and partners offer a variety of informative perspectives and helpful tools.

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