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Date: 2012-01-23
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Your mobile can do more than call the emergency services
SecurEnvoy walks you through a business continuity plan - so you're ready for anything
If something happened, tomorrow, do you know exactly what you need to do to get the workforce back up and running? Chances are, if your building were destroyed tonight, you've got a disaster recovery plan that would swing into action and insurance to cover the costs in the meantime. But what if it was a power outage that meant you'd be down for a few hours? Or perhaps a chemical leak that prevented access to the physical office? Or even the more predictable, yet often 'big' surprise, snowfall during the winter months - or early spring! When smaller occurrences happen to disrupt the smooth running of your firm, can you afford for it to grind to a halt?

Business Beyond Borders - Global Skills for Today's Boards to Secure Tomorrow's Success
As the world becomes more dependent on technology, and as trade borders become seamless, how can boards acquire the tools and skills necessary to be effective and relevant in the global market? In a time of great change, shouldn't the boardroom transform its internal composition and address the changes that are occurring globally? One of the board's responsibilities is to assess, validate and oversee the company's strategy. It has the fiduciary duty to provide the oversight, governance and platform for the company to build a successful global presence that will stand the test of change and still be on target, on budget and on time.

The New Mobile Landscape
Mobile devices and computing have come a long way. But where will they go next?

Thought Leaders: Michael Mateas
What`s next for digital art and development? We talk to Michael Mateas, associate professor of computer science at University of California, Santa Cruz, about artificial intelligence, art and design -- and their impact on the future of technology.

Aberdeen Group Analyst Offers Tips on Protecting Virtualized Environments
Take these steps to ensure that your organization minimizes server downtime.


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