DHS spokesman Chris Ortman says initial reports over the weekend about the failure in Springfield were based on raw and unconfirmed data.
I know we like to think we now work in a paperless society, but the fact is, we do not. There are still plenty of industries and processes that rely on hardcopy documentation for historical records and in support of daily operations. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery programs often overlook these vital records as they focus on technology and electronic medium — I caution you not to fall into this same trap.
CI speaks with Craig Goldberg, Deloitte Partner & Chief Operating Officer for mobile BC application, Bamboo, about the state of the BC industry in Australia, the adoption of local and international standards, and the events that shaped the local BC landscape.
The IT transformation included the migration from 50 outmoded physical servers housed onsite to an outsourced network of four physical and 60 virtual servers in a secure Venyu facility.
Traffic has been up substantially since the Monday before Thanksgiving as retailers promoted online deals earlier than ever.
Continuity Insights & KPMG LLP Launch Global Business Continuity Management Program Benchmarking StudyNovember 29, 2011 4:40 am | by Luke Simpson, Editor | News | Comments
Continuity Insights and KPMG LLP are pleased to announce the re-launch of the widely-recognized Business Continuity Management Program Benchmarking Study.
Research conducted at the University of Michigan College of Engineering may lead to the use of insects to monitor hazardous situations before sending in humans.
LogicalDOC implements a backup and disaster recovery system — based on Amazon S3 — that allows you to store your documents in one or more geographically distant regions.
The idea is to transform government from a centralized provider of services into a platform on which citizens can build their own tools to make government work better.
The hackers, according to investigators, worked for a group that helped finance a deadly 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai, India.
Wireless carrier Sprint’s announcement last week that it would be the first U.S. carrier to offer Wireless Emergency Alerts quickly became fodder for conspiracy theorists, due in part to the mandatory nature of some of the notifications.
Northeast Utilities has hired a consulting firm to perform an evaluation of CL&P's preparedness and response to the recent storms, which created historic numbers of electricity outages.
Facebook imagined a variety of potential hazards, from central Oregon wildfires to volcanoes in the Cascades.
Worksite recovery at Data Foundry’s Texas 1 facility can be rapidly deployed and offers integrated security features, workstations, wireless access, and media and conference rooms.
HP CEO: We set up a war room. We began pulling inventory and made strategic buys of hard drives back in early October. So I think we will get more than our fair share of drives because of the long-term relationships that we have with our suppliers.