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Women's Future in BCM Requires Innovation, Collaboration and Adaptability Capabilities, and Professional Respect From Management, 09 November 2017 (G00340557)

by Business Continuity  |  November 14, 2017

Gartner Inc. and the Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) joined forces to conduct a survey of the ACP membership regarding gender diversity in the business continuity management (BCM) profession.  The...

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Looking Ahead with Gartner’s BCM and IT Service Continuity Hype Cycles

by Business Continuity  |  August 5, 2015

BCM is a mature management discipline for most processes and technologies. However, there is wide diversity in the strategic nature of BCM across enterprises and governments. Organizations that see BCM...

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Ebola Virus Workplace Preparedness and Response Best Practices

by Business Continuity  |  October 17, 2014

Note: Gartner does not normally post detailed solutions via its publicly available blogs. After all, we are in business to provide solutions to our clients. However, issues of public safety...

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The Gartner Analyst Perspective: The Benefits and Costs of Business Continuity Management

by Business Continuity  |  March 18, 2014

Some Observations for BCI’s Business Continuity Awareness Week (Click here to see the full set of FlashBlog posts) Gartner has been covering business continuity management (BCM) for many years, and...

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The Europeans Have It: More Power and Better Data Wins in Weather Forecasting

by Business Continuity  |  February 8, 2013

Not many of us paid a lot of attention to the weather forecasting systems that the meteorologists use. When we did in the U.S., we were very cynical because the...

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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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