Supported by many of research colleagues at Gartner, John Morency and Roberta Witty recently completed our Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management and IT Disaster Recovery Management, 2014. This year’s Hype Cycle demonstrates that increasing deployments of cloud-based solutions and the adoption of the ISO 22301:2012 BCM standard are redefining the technology and process foundations of continuity and recovery management. Technologies found on this Hype Cycle provide the response, recovery and risk insights that are needed to create strategies to build successful BCM and IT DRM programs.
Details on all of the BCM and IT DRM processes and technologies represented in this year’s Hype Cycle can be found in our latest report, “Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management and IT Disaster Recovery Management, 2014“.
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