Saturday January 25, 2020

Recovery can’t be a euphemism

From plagues of locusts to lost passwords, here’s how you can prepare for the worst, writes Róisín Kiberd

5th June, 2016
Damian McCann, head of enterprise and government sales at Viatel

Risk assessment sounds it should be like a simple process. Where are your business’s weak points, and how much of a risk are they? But consider the complicating factors: floods, pandemic, global warming or a local outbreak of war. An earthquake might not seem likely for companies based in Ireland, but could your suppliers face a seismic shock?

And before we even consider natural disasters, and perhaps the odd Biblical plague, how about...

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