Are you really prepared for an ISP collapse?

The crisis gripping global telecoms giant WorldCom and the slow death of Europe's biggest data network provider KPNQwest is...

The crisis gripping global telecoms giant WorldCom and the slow death of Europe's biggest data network provider KPNQwest is focusing minds on what to do to survive an ISP meltdown.

We all saw the warning signs at both WorldCom and KPNQwest how many of us checked over our contingency plan for an ISP collapses?

No matter how much we demand better regulation of the data market, the responsibility for the smooth flow of corporate information lies with the network manager in your company.

In the articles below, CW360.com examines how IT managers can make their networks safe in the event of ISP strife.

Steps to safety
If KPNQWest was wake-up call, WorldCom is the final warning. Act now to protect your systems
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Plan now for the next ISP collapse
The telecoms crisis could drag down other ISPs. Businesses need to plan their network provision more thoroughly than ever
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What we think: Don't bury your head in the sand
A troubled ISP can seriously damage your business even if it doesn't pull the plug on your communications systems. Are you really prepared?
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