Business Continuity Management: In Practice

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BCS Learning & Development Limited, Nov 29, 2010 - Business & Economics - 135 pages
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Successful business continuity requires the creation of and adherence to a logistical plan that ensures an organisation's critical functions are maintained or restored in the event of disruption, eg fires, natural disasters, industrial action. The subject can be made overly complicated, but this book provides a clear and simple template-based approach. The audience for the book is wide and includes CEOs, IT directors, facilities management, operations managers and business unit managers.

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Stuart Hotchkiss CISSP, CISA,CISM, ABCP, PMP, is a Business Consultant at Hewlett Packard, based in Geneva. He has 30+ years' experience in IT in various areas from development to marketing and has worked for the last 16 years in security and business continuity.

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