Can these two items coexist? Business continuity is about keeping things going, whereas business transformation is often about breaking things (figuratively, if not literally) to get out of a rut and into a new, more competitive mode of business.
On the face of it, it sounds simple. IT strategy should be driven by business requirements.
Supply Chain Resilience have so many moving parts that rapidly becomes a priority issue.
In business continuity planning, business impact analysis or BIA is possibly the most critical part.
As IT morphs from legacy on-site systems and firewalls to cloud computing, mobility and data-anywhere, it is having to change in terms of agility and security.
Looking at how other enterprises organise their business continuity can be beneficial for two reasons. First, it helps to compare your own preparations with those of another entity.