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Items Tagged with 'business continuity'
Failing to prepare for extreme weather events has cost the United States $1.15 trillion in economic losses from 1980 to 2010 and could cost another trillion in coming years.
The reality of living without computers, mobile phones and entertainment systems, and managing a transport system thrown into chaos by an absence of traffic lights, trains and subways, may become increasingly common, according to a new academic study.
A study by researchers lists seven recommendations to enhance preparedness for public health emergencies in the U.S.
Winter storms are historically very expensive and are the third-largest cause of catastrophe losses, behind only hurricanes and tornadoes.
Insurer payouts for weather-related catastrophes rose from $15 billion a year between 1980 and 1989 to a staggering $70 billion annually between 2010 and 2013.
California will be the first state to get an earthquake early warning system.
Technology poses the biggest risk to businesses’ supply chains over the next 12 months, according to a report.
As part of their business continuity management (BCM) efforts, companies today are still behind in leveraging social media as a crucial resource.
Recent tornadoes in Oklahoma and Texas have sparked interest in storm shelters across the Midwest.
Report warns that business growth is not keeping pace with resilience to natural disasters in many parts of the world.