Twas the sale before Christmas, and all through the store, The sales team was struggling to control the shop floor. The customers were...
Tracey Forbes, VP Business Development, Software from Sungard Availability Services shares her views and definition of situational awareness in business continuity.
Situational awareness is the missing link between planning and incident management – real-time insight is what makes a real difference in outcomes.
“Ultimately the question is – did you have the right information at the right time in order to recover?”
Read about how Sungard AS AssuranceCM BCM Software can help improve your organisation’s BC strategy and outcomes.
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