What’s all the fuss about?
As a form of crisis management, business continuity management (BCM) has evolved since the 1970s in response to the technical and operational risks that threaten an organisation’s recovery from hazards and interruptions. All business ventures have hazards and disruptive factor with which to contend. All manner of disasters can and do happen which can lead to loss of confidence by clients and customers further compounded by the fact that competitors may take advantage of your misfortunes. Often production and even data systems would have been disrupted leading to huge losses for stakeholders, employees and even to the community. Read more