AT&T funds business continuity research


BEDMINSTER, NEW JERSEY -- International telecoms company AT&T said in September that it would donate grants of $50,000 to five US universities to conduct studies into business continuity best practices.

The research will explore areas such as strategic planning, security policies, risk assessment and back-up plans and procedures. The results will be publicly available on the AT&T website by the end of March 2003.

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