Wednesday January 22, 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
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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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