Cyber security and business continuity

Cost savings and business continuity

There’s no greater cost saving than protecting your organisation from the worst effects of a natural disaster or cybersecurity emergency. According to one report, the average mean cost of a cyber security breach for a small business in the UK is £11,000. In other...

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Monitoring, feedback and business continuity

For many organisations, network performance is a business continuity issue. A poorly performing network can mean core operations slowing down and even grinding to a halt. When your business, charity or nonprofit relies on being online, continual network analysis...

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Technology deployment and business continuity

When you are considering investing in and deploying new technology, you naturally do so with cost-effectiveness and operational efficiency in mind. But forward-thinking businesses also look into the resilience of any proposed solution, and whether it will help or...

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Business efficiency and productivity in a crisis

Business continuity is often discussed in terms of survival. If your office floods or the data centre burns down, can your business keep operating? That’s perfectly understandable. If a serious incident threatens your business, the priority is to keep everyone safe,...

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Operational reliability in a crisis

Floods, fires, theft, vandalism, pandemics and cyber attack. The number of threats to your core operations can sometimes appear never ending. And while a once-in-a-century health crisis might be dismissed as sheer bad luck, cyber criminals and extreme weather events...

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