For the eighth consecutive year AT&T surveyed IT executives from U.S. businesses in the private sector with $25 million or more in revenue to get their views on disaster planning and business continuity trends.
BC Management’s 8th Annual Business Continuity Compensation Study received over 2,500 participants in over 50 countries.
With the U.S. economy severely shaken, the number of suppliers facing financial peril is on the rise, according to Ernst & Young LLP Transaction Advisory Services (TAS). Supplier instability is putting added strain on U.S. companies already battling the fallout of the economic downturn on many other fronts.
ASIS International recently released the results of a January 2009 survey of its members to assess the impact of the current economic environment. Survey respondents were asked about the economic impact on security functions of their organizations during the previous six months (June-December 2008).
The EU Agency ENISA (the European Network and Information Security Agency) recently reported its findings from a survey on communication network resilience. The survey revealed a better than expected network availability, with only 10 hours downtime a year in Europe. Availability is vital not only to business, but also to private consumers. Service providers showed a higher level of service than expected.
Forrester Research and the Disaster Recovery Journal have partnered to field a number of market studies in business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) in order to gather data for company comparison and benchmarking, to guide research, and for the publication of best practices and recommendations for the industry.
According to a recent survey by KPMG, as banks examine the factors leading to the current credit crisis, it is becoming clear that risk management typically is not viewed as central to strategic decision-making.
The second annual Trends in Business Continuity and Crisis Communications Survey was recently completed with over 700 participants from a wide range of industries and organizational sizes.
BC Management Inc. recently announced that it will begin offering customized reporting on Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery programs and compensation in 2009.
Final results of a recent survey by Continuity Central entitled “The Global Financial Crisis and Its Impact on the Business Continuity Market” show that the effects of the credit crunch vary markedly from region to region. A total of 212 responses were received from around the world.
The Disaster Recovery Journal, in conjunction with independent research firm Isurus Market Research and Consulting, is conducting an important research study. Participate in the survey and receive an executive summary of the results. Click here to go to the survey.