Business Continuity Planning: Are We Prepared for Future Disasters

@inproceedings{Momani2010BusinessCP,
  title={Business Continuity Planning: Are We Prepared for Future Disasters},
  author={Naill M. Momani},
  year={2010}
}
Problem statement: Natural and man-made disasters could cause a lot of monetary, mortality and morbidity losses for our business’ operations such as: Activities, products and services. In order to minimize losses from such disasters, it is essential to prepare and implement effective business continuity plans that could deal with abnormal conditions. Approach: In this study, a discussion of the major risk factors that could cause business disruption and the main strategies to prevent business… CONTINUE READING

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