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Business Continuity Training Botswana
ContinuitySA Botswana will offer a five-day training course for individuals tasked with business continuity responsibilities. The course will take place in Gaborone, Botswana on 28 October – 1 November 2019. The Complete Continuity® Practitioner Programme was developed by ContinuitySA to provide a comprehensive set of the theoretical and practical skills needed to design and implement business continuity programmes that deliver true organisational resilience. “As one of Africa’s high-growth economies, Botswana is equipping itself to competeRead More
ContinuitySA’s Complete Continuity® Practitioner training will set you apart. By Cindy Bodenstein, Marketing Manager, ContinuitySA Organisations in both the public and private sectors face unprecedented challenges. The business environment has never been more volatile and competitive, while the quantum of threats from well-resourced cyber criminal syndicates continues to grow. As a result, business continuity and resilience are becoming key drivers of success, and increasingly boards and executive managers are being held to account for theRead More
Veeam Partner
ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity and resilience services, is now a Platinum Reseller, the highest level in the Veeam ProPartner Programme. As a key partner within the program, ContinuitySA has a proven history of success in delivering Veeam solutions which deliver Availability for the Always–On Enterprise™. “Platinum Resellers like ContinuitySA are a vital part of the Veeam ecosystem, playing a key role in identifying solution opportunities that help their customers meet the demandsRead More
Business Continuity Management
Once seen primarily to protect against IT and building failure in white-collar industries, business continuity management is fast becoming an essential tool for manufacturers. “Business continuity management takes a much broader view than traditional disaster recovery and is now seen as an important framework for identifying and mitigating risk—something that is receiving closer attention from boards,” says Karen Humphris, business continuity management advisor at ContinuitySA. “It’s increasingly being used by manufacturing companies to help themRead More
Pandemic Policy
Over the years, the flu virus has demonstrated its ability to mutate into more virulent strains which can spread quickly. While the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918 was the big killer—50 to 100 million people are thought to have died around the world—other pandemics have had severe impacts on productivity. The Centre for Disease Control in the United States estimated that a “medium-level” avian flu pandemic could have an economic impact of up $166.5 billion,Read More