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Preparing for the Worst: Business Continuity Planning for Mid-Markets

Creating a disaster survival plan need not be an overwhelming task for smaller companies. Business Continuity Management (BCM) offers smaller and mid-sized companies a compact process for anticipating and responding to business interruptions. BCM defines what a company will do to restore normal operations as quickly as possible—with minimal losses—after catastrophic events, breakdowns in process, or business setbacks that threaten a company’s viability.

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