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disaster recovery plan in place.
Business continuity and disaster recovery planning: The basics
In order to have a conscious response towards disasters, it is important to pay attention to the various aspects such as planning, execution, management and leadership. We will help you get well versed with the basics.
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Disaster recovery options for your business
We want you to know your options. We help you make the right choice for your organization.
A Disaster Protection and Recovery Planning Toolkit for the Business
Our toolkit provides all that you need to ensure your organization resurfaces smoothly.
Choosing the right disaster recovery for your business
If you want to learn more about the various disaster recovery options, our experts can make some recommendations.
Business continuity and disaster recovery guide
Make sure to go through our guide to get a better idea of our processes.
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Business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) support in letting an organization stay afloat after an adverse event. Under the existing conditions, business continuity and disaster recovery practices are more…
Damage to the Hotel Castor in Mourilyan as a result of Cyclone Larry. INFORMATION AUTHOR Andrew Coghlan OWNER Australian Emergency Management Institute DIMENSIONS 639×366 FILE SIZE 34.9 kB COPYRIGHT CC-Attribution-NonCommercial
Emergency management (EM) is increasingly being recognised as an area requiring further research and study. Many universities are offering units of study and courses in EM and related fields. The…
The Department of Community Safety, funded under the National Emergency Management Projects (NEMP), conducted research into social media within remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. This research was carried…
ABOUT DISASTER INFORMATION The Australian Emergency Management Glossary (Commonwealth of Australia 1998) defines a disaster as:Disaster Information contains records of natural and non-natural disasters within Australia, or directly impacting on…
During October 2013, approximately 100 fires burnt across eastern New South Wales, including six major bushfires. The most serious fires started in the Blue Mountains on 16 and 17 October….