Firms more efficient and resilient, says Business Continuity Institute

Seventy-seven percent of firms are able to recover from outages faster as a result of business continuity planning (BCM) according to a study by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI).
   
The BCI is running its Business Continuity Awareness Week, which started March 22, aiming to build industry awareness of business continuity planning and improve standards of resilience.

The survey, The Business Case for BCM, says fewer than 50% of respondents have to deviate from business as usual when faced

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