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Backup and recovery balancing act

What's more important: the speed of recovery or the amount of data an organisation is willing to lose?

4:50

Customer experience key in Industry 4.0

In the age of the experience economy, customer loyalty is driven by convenience and instant access to information.

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Continue: Business as usual

Business continuity remains a high priority for South African businesses.

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Why you can afford business continuity

Business continuity must be seen within the context of the corporate strategy, not in isolation, says Pete Frielinghaus, senior advisor to ContinuitySA.

11:40

Changing perceptions of business continuity

From being a grudge purchase, business continuity solutions are beginning to be seen as business improvement opportunities.

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Knowing your BC from DR

Disaster recovery is only one part of a business continuity plan and does not deal with anything other than IT.

5:50

Tangled up in tape

Many companies still depend on archaic technologies for disaster recovery and continuity because they think that's what their auditors want.

2:20

Links in a fragile chain

ISO's 22301:2012 standard highlights that business continuity is no longer just about your own business.

2:00

Managing the complexities

Automated tools can help organisations get a handle on the complexities of continuity.

3:20

Business continuity and the cloud: storm warning

The cloud is great for productivity, but it could be a security and business continuity disaster if not handled correctly, says Peter Westcott, business continuity management advisor at ContinuitySA.

2:20

Don't become a victim of cable faults

A faulty submarine cable doesn't have to be the end of the working day, says Heino Gevers, senior sales engineer and security specialist at Mimecast.

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Complexity underpins business continuity issues

The risks faced by businesses going into 2013 are more complex and more difficult to counter, says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.

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