Business continuity is disaster recovery's first cousin, in fact, they're more like siblings. Nearly one of three of the 1,000 IT executives polled earlier this year by AT&T say their companies developed business continuity plans because of potential threats and disasters. See how your company stacks up against those surveyed.
||Have a business continuity plan.|
||See business continuity as a priority.|
||Indicate business continuity planning is a priority due to recent disasters and terrorist threats.|
||Don't consider it a priority because they don't expect a disaster to cause a major business disruption.|
||Updated their plans in the past year.|
||Tested their plans in the past 12 months.|
||Never conducted tests.|
||Never updated their plans.|
||Include cybersecurity as part of their plans.|
||Have established redundant servers and/or backup sites.|
||Educate employees on business continuity plans.|
||Use outsourced service providers.|
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