UK firms neglected environmental resilience in IT business continuity drive, says SunGard

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Workplace disruptions have for the first time displaced technology failures as the primary risk of interruption to businesses, according to research by business continuity firm SunGard into the number of invocations by clients of its recovery services in 2009.

SunGard reports that its invocations log revealed that calls for it to step in to firms experiencing disruption had risen by 42% from the previous year, and that workplace-related invocations had risen by 150% year on year, compared with

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