The Business Continuity Management Desk Reference: Guide to Business Continuity Planning, Crisis Management and IT Disaster Recovery
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Top Customer Reviews
It is written in a conversational tone and certainly does not come across, as some do, as a dry textbook. Concepts are explained well and the author clearly demonstrates 'real-world' knowledge in his writing.
This year I've had to take responsibility for doing BIAs, writing and maintaining Business Continuity Plans and running both DR and Business Recovery test. The book filled in all my blanks and gave me the confidence to dive right in.
I'm quite lucky as we have templates for most things, but if we didn't the book has templates for pretty much everything, so looks like a great resource. Until I got this book I just felt I was being told what I had to do but not how to do it, the book explained how to do it in simple terms and with examples.
At the moment the book is helping me with the basics, but it covers all the topics at an advanced level so I think it will be useful for as long as I stay in Business Continuity.
Its written in a down to earth manor and stays away from waffle and excessive theory, instead providing detailed descriptions of how to carry out the necessary tasks to ensure key business functions continue when faced with disruption.
I would recommend this book for anyone with little time on their hands who needs to get a quick grasp of what to do to implement BCM in a business.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good intro to the subject, though if you're serious you'll want to go the BCI/ISO route, ie do the job properlyPublished 3 months ago by EcoShaz
I have been in the BCM field for over 10 years and this book hits the nail on the head. It has been written by someone who clearly knows what they are talking about. Read morePublished on 1 Dec. 2012 by Kam
The Kindle version I downloaded had only 3 items in the (touch to go to) Table of Contents and there was no navigation to a page number, just a location. Read morePublished on 13 Oct. 2012 by Amazon Customer