Resilience planning, a new discipline for dealing with all contingencies—particularly those that can't be anticipated—is taking the guesswork out of risk management.
Suppose your company's data systems were to go down unexpectedly. What would it cost your enterprise? Would you believe $212,000 for every hour you're offline, or about $3,500 per minute? That's the average figure the market intelligence firm Aberdeen Group came up with recently when it analyzed 125 organizations worldwide. An IT crash is just one kind of calamity that can bring a business to its knees.Download Full Article