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Business Continuity

Business Continuity covers the actions you can take to keep your business running after natural or man-made disasters. Topics covered include: Disaster Recovery Plans; data backup procedures; off-site manufacturing and supply and distribution chains.

Securing Our Industry and Public Utilities
One professionals insight into securing critical infrastructure and industrial systems

Starting Your Business Continuity Plan
5 Items to consider before writing a Business Continuity Plan. Includes resources for developing a formal plan.

How to Write a Disaster Recovery Plan
From Operations/Technology Guide James Bucki comes this easy to follow guide that will have you writing a DRP in no time.

Ad-Aware Pro AE (Anniversary Edition)
If you're like 350 million other users, then odds are good you have used some version of Ad-Aware in the past 10 years. One of the originators of anti-spyware software, Ad-Aware was virtually the only such protection available at one point. Read Tony Bradley's review of both the free and pro versions of this leading spyware prevention program.

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning: The Basics
Good business continuity plans will keep your company up and running through interruptions of any kind: power failures, IT system crashes, natural disasters, supply chain problems and more.

Disaster Recovery Decision Making for Small Business
Small businesses are often ill equipped for disaster recovery following a major catastrophe. Here are 9 factors you need to consider when deciding what direction to take your small business following a disaster. Presented by Small Business Information Guide, Darrell Zahorsky.

A Business Continuity Case Study
Read about how this CPA firm got back to business just 48 hours after a disastrous fire.

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