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Continuity Planning by R. D. Ginn

Continuity Planning

by R. D. Ginn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0946395438, Hardcover)

Hardbound. A business that has taken years to build can be destroyed in a matter of minutes. A range of threats face today's companies - accidental, natural and malicious.

Risk assessment, contingency planning and disaster recovery are already established procedures in most large organizations. However, many, if not all, companies still regard disaster recovery purely in terms of their data processing facilities.

Companies with this attitude have already gone out of business following a disaster.

Continuity Planning: Preventing, Surviving and Recovering from Disaster is an entirely new book which explains the need for a comprehensive disaster recovery plan. The book emphasises the need to ensure survival and recovery from a disaster to the total company structure or any part of it.

Continuity Planning: Preventing, Surviving and Recovering from Disaster details the latest philosophy for contingency planning - a philosophy that is already acc

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:10:45 -0400)

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