Continuous Computing Technologies for Enhancing Business Continuity
In today's e-business, system downtime is an unacceptable option since each hour, even minute, of downtime may generate negative financial effects. In many IT-dependent organizations, business must be continuous in order to remain competitive.
Continuous Computing Technologies for Enhancing Business Continuity provides an in-depth and scientific-based explanation of business continuity (BC), business continuity management (BCM), and continuous computing technologies (CCT). Through state-of-the-art coverage in topics such as clustering technologies, fault tolerance, and technologies for reducing downtime, this authoritative reference source identifies a methodological framework, implementation strategies, and guidelines for managers for integrating BCM into organizational management.
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