Category: Continuity

Bite size resilience – A masterclass in resilience

Yes, we need technology and infrastructure, but what do we do when you don’t have access to those commodities? It shouldn’t stop you from being resilient.

When the show must go on!

Understand the importance of Business Continuity in developing a more resilient Supply Chain.

Bite size resilience – Timing

It's a fact that something will go wrong in our lives, at some point or another. But disaster has no respect for the clock. Our life clocks. Bad timing is inevitable.

Bristol Airport hit by ransomware blackout

Staff forced to hand-write flight information on white boards.

Brexit Resilience: Conception to Grave

From conception to the grave, the UK, and the rest of Europe, need resilience and security going forward, no matter what is delivered on March 29th 2019.

Hurricanes 101 | National Geographic

Hurricanes are massive storms with deadly force. Find out how they form, and what's being done to better predict their impact.

11 jobs that go into overdrive when a natural disaster strikes

Fortunately, there are people ready to spring into action when storm surges, flooding and high winds threaten.

Last chance to register for the BCM-FND training event in Calgary

When your organization is faced with the threat of sudden disruption, being able to respond quickly and effectively is the key to survival!

Why we do not prepare for earthquakes | Steven Eberlein | TEDxPortland

Can a society adapt to a risk that it has never experienced before?

Bite size resilience – Are you ready?

...for anything? Risk and resilience go hand in hand!

Bite size resilience – Fashionable Resilience Advice

Business continuity and crisis management plans can be confusing on the eye. The only way to test them, is to exercise them.

Why do businesses and society need smart cities? To survive…

As part of Information Age's Smart City Month, we look at why businesses and society need smart cities. It's about transformation and sustainability.

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