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Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is a methodology used to create a plan for how an organization will resume partially or completely interrupted critical function(s) within a predetermined time after a disaster or disruption. BCP may be a part of a larger organizational effort to reduce operational risk associated with poor information security controls, and thus has a number of overlaps with the practice of risk management.
The goal of this white paper is to help enterprises make pragmatic decisions about where and when to use cloud solutions by outlining specific issues that enterprises should raise with hosting providers before selecting a vendor, and by highlighting the ways in which SSL from a trusted certificate authority can help enterprises conduct business in the cloud with confidence.
This paper aims to discuss the various capability acquisition and it solution deployment options and provide a perspective on how to evaluate the suitability of those options, given an enterprise's situation, and to get the best outcome.
This white paper examines five steps to better security that today's retail businesses can't afford to ignore on their networks - from application control to data loss prevention - to ensure business continuity and PCI DSS compliance.
As your organization deals with constant changes-such as operational growth, expansion from mergers or acquisitions, new business processes, and shifting personnel-your IT infrastructure might not be in a position to recover from a disaster. If that's the case, the entire enterprise may be at risk-and it's probably time to focus on this issue.
Published By: PC Mall
Published Date: Mar 21, 2011
For some companies, even a few hours of downtime can become a business disaster. IT risks must be considered as serious as any other significant business risk.
When was the last time you assessed your business risks? Download this HP white paper to learn how to reduce the financial impact and maintain acceptable levels of productivity during an unplanned disaster.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Nov 10, 2010
Continuity and archiving services may prove more cost effective for email than high availability
clustering, especially when considered in the light of continued governance, risk mitigation and compliance.
Ensuring immediate access to business critical data following a disaster event is a top priority for IT management. More organizations are replicating their backups to remote locations for disaster recovery.