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  • Gartner: Existing business continuity plans will fail in a pandemic

    Existing business continuity plans will not protect a company during an avian flu pandemic, says a Gartner analyst. Business continuity plans assume a geographically specific disaster, while a pandemic will strike everywhere nearly simultaneously. 

  • A 13-hour power outage puts disaster recovery plan to the test

    When a blown electrical transformer left his data center in the dark and 30% of his company's employees cut off from their offices, CIO Richard Ridolfo put his new disaster recovery plan to the test. 

  • White House report on Avian flu reinforces CIO concerns

    A new government report on the Avian flu suggests catastrophic human losses and reinforces what CIOs have been saying for months -- this is beyond IT's control. 

  • Selling your CEO on BPM

    To build support for business process management, keep it simple. 

  • HP expands virtualization offerings

    New releases from HP are aimed at making virtualization management faster and easier. 

  • Speaking of business continuity: A cheat sheet

    One of the challenges organizations often face as they initiate business continuity or disaster recovery planning is to reach consensus on precisely what they are trying to do. This requires identifying and closing any gap that may exist between the ... 

  • Open source makes BI market move

    With the help of Eclipse and Actuate, business intelligence is capturing the attention of the open source community. 

  • Spyware costs plague SMBs

    Never mind the security dangers, spyware is costing SMBs plenty in time and productivity. 

  • Gartner to IT: Complexity can be good for you

    Gartner analysts tell technology decision makers they need to make complex systems work for them -- rather than wishing for simplicity. 

  • Is Linux hot or not? Readers respond

    Open source expert Bernard Golden takes a look at how SearchCIO.com readers are warming to Linux -- without getting burned.