Artificial intelligence is finding its way into many applications and systems, so why not disaster recovery? The advantages are multiple.
So, it’s that time of the year again, when we look back over the last 12 months in business continuity to see… nothing?
It’s always an editorial dilemma – Do we start with the event with the biggest business continuity impact? The event that was the most unbelievable? For the 2016 Business Continuity Review, we have some difficult choices, including the massive cyberattack of the toasters, the most powerful man in the world (soon) trying to carve up the Internet, and a smartphone threatening the health of a national economy.
The man in question is Nassim N. Taleb. He coined the term “Black Swan” in risk management to describe events that are unforeseeable, even highly unlikely, yet that happen and in doing so change the course of history.
How do you measure your IT service success and failure? Performance numbers and metrics can be valuable, because they help you to improve, as well as to defend your IT service management against possible criticism.
Buyers, beware! While a car with one careful previous owner (we’ve all heard that one, right?) may still be a viable purchase proposition, somebody else’s security may be ill-suited to your organisation. Second Hand Security can crop up in situations like company mergers and acquisitions.