Contingency planning


Bombs hurricanes, and bird flu: They sound like the plot turns of an over-egged Hollywood thriller. In 2005, however, it was business as usual. From the London Underground bombings to the New York City subway threats, and from Hurricane Katrina to the threat of an avian flu pandemic, business continuity managers have had a full year, both reacting to and preparing for interruptions at work.

But how much have the recent events changed the way business continuity managers view their contingency

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