Business Continuity Post 7/7

One year on from the 7/7 attacks on London, ensuring business continuity is still high on the agenda of many IT directors, but the evidence shows that many firms remain vulnerable and could do more.

One year on from the 7/7 attacks on London, ensuring business continuity is still high on the agenda of many IT directors, but the evidence shows that many firms remain vulnerable and could do more. And placing trust in failover, dual datacentres is only the start – IT departments and the wider business still need a full contingency plan in place to keep a business afloat should the worst happen.

 

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