No Building, No People, No Systems, No Suppliers

No Building, No People, No Systems, No Suppliers

We get asked a lot of questions about how any one company can possibly plan for all of the different incidents they could experience.  It’s a good question.  There are many variations of complexity to incidents that can make the task of planning for them all feel overwhelming.  Fires start small, and can grow and […]

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BCP Headaches you can Avoid by using SHIELD: Part 3

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Solve BCP Headaches Welcome to the third and final installment of our series on how SHIELD can solve BCP headaches.  Last week we talked about how SHIELD helps the newcomer to business continuity get started on the plan development process.  This week we’re going to look at what challenges that come up after you finally […]

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BCP Headaches you can avoid by using SHIELD: Part 2

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We hope you enjoyed last week’s blog post on how KingsBridge SHIELD can solve some of your Business Continuity Planning (BCP) information security headaches.  This week, part two of our series focuses on how Shield can cure the headaches of the BCP newbie.  Has management assigned you the responsibility of heading up the company’s BCP program […]

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BCP Headaches you can avoid by using KingsBridge SHIELD

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Welcome to the first in our three-part series on business continuity planning headaches and how you can use the KingsBridge SHIELD solution to resolve them.  Today “BCP plan access” is the focus.  Making sure those that need it have it, while also ensuring that access to sensitive information remains restricted. BCP Headache – #1 Keeping […]

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Are your vendors prepared?

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A solid business continuity plan is a great start to help you recover in the face of a major incident.  But have you considered what happens when there are “No 3rd Party Vendors”?  It’s time to check that they have plans in place. Why audit your vendors? A key piece of every business continuity plan […]

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Inter Cloud Disaster Recovery

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NOTE TO READER: This post is a post from guest blogger Chris Lawless, VP of Product Management at Dbvisit. More and more IT organizations are looking at the cloud. There are a variety of reasons why organizations would move their Oracle databases to the cloud. Discover our team’s instructions here. One fear that I hear from many […]

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Business Continuity Awareness Week 2018

Business Continuity Awareness Week 2018

Mark your calendars! Business Continuity Awareness Week 2018 is next week, May 14 – 18! You may be thinking, “Wow, that’s coming up fast! I’m not ready, I thought I had more time!” Don’t worry! We’re here to help you with some last minute tips and tricks to pull off an educational, forward thinking Business Continuity […]

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Why You Should (Still) Be Thinking About Disaster Recovery Right Now!

Let’s face it, DR – the business of disaster recovery planning – is not the most glamorous of topics in the I.T “universe”, and is often times treated as a poor cousin. But its reticence in speaking up for itself doesn’t make it any less important! There are forces at work ‘out there’ that threaten […]

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BEAM’s Core Values

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Core Values Core values are just that…. values that you hold at the core of everything you do.  At KingsBridge, our fundamental core value is to keep BCP Simple and Straightforward. As a result, the feedback we get for SHIELD and BEAM is it looks “simple” and “straightforward”.  We are ecstatic when we hear that, as […]

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Increase your Business Continuity Profile

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Business Continuity Profile It’s one thing to have a business continuity plan, but it’s another to make sure your staff know about it.  Those involved in writing the plan and the core members of recovery teams are likely aware of the plan.  This is great, but what about everyone else in the organization?  When bad […]

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