Disasters like the recent Hurricane Matthew can have devastating consequences on your business – physical damage, business disruption, and loss of revenue. Most organizations tend to simply focus on frequent backups of data, systems, and applications, ensuring an ability to recover should a disaster strike. But to ensure business continuity, they need to do more than that. IT professionals need to prepare not only for just weather-related risks but technology-driven and other unexpected ones as well. Without knowing the disaster you’re preparing for and assessing the risk it poses, will the backups you currently have actually protect your organization?
In this Web seminar, join Penton contributing editor Nick Cavalancia as he digs into the components of a successful business continuity strategy and the challenges that need to be addressed to ensure that things go as per plan.
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