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  • Avoiding Analysis Paralysis

    An increasing number of business professionals are engaging consultants and internal teams to begin planning for continuity issues. Most start with a Business Impact Analysis, or BIA, in order to identify recovery objectives. Few question the importance…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | May 05, 2006
  • The Bar Has Been Raised…

    Natural disasters, the threat of terrorism and new governance expectations, together with globally interdependent supply chains, are ushering in the need for complex, business driven continuity solutions – and with that, stakeholder expectations are on the rise.…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Apr 28, 2006
  • Katrina: Beginning to Speculate

    Like so many people, we have been glued to the television watching in horror as the events in Louisiana and Mississippi unfold. For years, government and private sector professionals will speculate on issues ranging from prevention to…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Apr 21, 2006
  • Taking a Holistic View of Availability Risk

    The business continuity industry, driven by a growing body of regulations, standards and guidelines, is primarily focused on developing processes to limit the impact of a disaster to the business. This reactionary based approach is focused on…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Oct 01, 2005