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Who Is Liable, and For How Much, When Your Third Party Isn’t Available?

by Business Continuity  |  February 4, 2013

Friday’s Bank of America outage reminded me of an increasingly frequent question we receive on third party liability due to an operating outage.  The use of cloud service providers is...

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A Post from My Colleague Andrew Walls: The New Normal: Social Media for Corporate Communications

by Business Continuity  |  November 16, 2012

Over the last five years considerable attention has been paid to the rise of public social media as the dominant tool for communications during large scale disasters. In major crises such as...

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What About BYOD, Company-Sponsored Backup and Insurance Policy Considerations? #Sandy #HurricaneSandy #SuperstormSandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 7, 2012

With BYOD and telework gaining in adoption in the U.S., the question arises as to how much the employer is willing to provide backup and recovery support for personal devices...

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A Post from My Colleague Bill Menezes: What Cellphone Carriers Say About Hurricane Recovery #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 7, 2012

  Sandy’s impact on mobile wireless service was, if anything, a reminder that the best backup systems will never replace the need for redundant communications channels when it comes to...

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A Post from My Colleague Jay Heiser: How much emergency power does your home phone have? #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 2, 2012

How much emergency power does your home phone have? by Jay Heiser  |  November 2, 2012  |  Submit a Comment Our home telephone is totally dependent upon the electrical power grid, and a lead acid...

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Location Intelligence: Keeping Track of Covered Assets for Property Insurance Purposes #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 2, 2012

I was wondering how insurance companies keep track of all their covered assets and then assess the damage due to catastrophic events such as Superstorm Sandy. Clearly such storms generate...

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Superstorm Sandy: November 1, 2012 Gartner Blog Post Summary #Sandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 1, 2012

One of the things I take seriously as a part of my job is making it easy for Gartner clients to get access to our research in a timely manner....

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A Post from My Colleague John Morency: Workarea Recovery Provider Assessment Questions #Sandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 1, 2012

Workarea Recovery Provider Assessment Questions John P. Morency, Research VP As a result of Superstorm Sandy, we are getting calls from our clients impacted by the storm asking about mobile...

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A Post from My Colleague Jack Santos: Sandy, the Nexus and Telework #Sandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 1, 2012

Sandy and the Nexus by Jack Santos  |  November 1, 2012  |  Submit a Comment Made it home from our US Orlando Symposium conference last week – expecting a quick turnaround to the Symposium conference...

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Superstorm Sandy: October 31, 2012 Gartner Blog Post Summary #Sandy

by Business Continuity  |  October 31, 2012

One of the things I take seriously as a part of my job is making it easy for Gartner clients to get access to our research in a timely manner....

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