Reject Negative Impacts and Increase Future Viability with Business Continuity Planning

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Some businesses continue to believe that business continuity planning (BCP) is synonymous with disaster recovery planning and is therefore IT’s responsibility. This is still not the case, especially in today’s hybrid IT environments, which introduces increased risks to the viability of a business.

Join Lou Saviano, VP of Global IT Services at Skillsoft, for this 11-minute presentation on business continuity planning. Among the topics Lou will discuss:

  • Why a viable BCP strategy requires a partnership between the business and IT
  • The importance of RTO and RPO objectives to BCP
  • Why a well-developed BCP is becoming a requirement for doing business in today’s connected world

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