In most businesses, regardless of size or industry, formal business continuity and/or disaster recovery planning is consistently under-funded and generally neglected by management. The business risks associated with this attitude can be very high but are not understood. Those plans that are in place simply don’t work. This is not surprising since disaster recovery hasn''t been given sufficient consideration, ensuring that plans are rarely tested (if ever) and equally rarely updated to reflect changes in process, technology or applications. In an emergency, there are many continuity requirements within an organisation’s business and services covering processes, facilities, and personnel. IT and a range of business units across the whole organisation must work together, both in planning for continuity and in its execution.

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