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  • 1 Business continuity planning — life cycle Business continuity planning (BCP) “identifies [an] organization s exposure to internal and external threats and synthesizes hard and soft assets to provide effective prevention and recovery for the organization, whilst maintaining… …

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  • 2 Business continuity — is the activity performed by an organization to ensure that critical business functions will be available to customers, suppliers, regulators, and other entities that must have access to those functions. These activities include many daily chores …

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  • 3 Disruption — is the (usually deliberate or intended) interruption of normal work or practice. In Scotland, the Disruption of 1843 refers to the divergence from the Church of Scotland of the Free Church of Scotland Disruption is a method of execution pulling… …

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  • 4 business continuity planning — Policies and procedures designed to ensure the survival of an organization following a disaster. Continuity planning addresses potential disasters like (i) the loss of accounting data, (ii) the destruction of buildings and inventory by fire, and… …

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  • 5 Business Overview — ▪ 2009 Introduction Automobiles.       The American automotive industry began 2008 in precarious condition, and as the year unfolded, the situation went from bad to worse. First, gasoline prices of $3.50 to $4 per gallon throughout much of the… …

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  • 6 business continuity planning — noun an interdisciplinary concept used to create and validate a practiced logistical plan for how an organisation will recover and restore partially or completely interrupted critical (urgent) …

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  • 7 Maximum tolerable period of disruption — (MTPOD) is the maximum amount of time that an enterprise s key products or services can be unavailable or undeliverable after an event that causes disruption to operations, before its stakeholders perceive unacceptable consequences. Contents 1… …

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  • 8 Electronic business — Electronic business, commonly referred to as eBusiness or e business , or an internet business, may be defined as the application of information and communication technologies (ICT) in support of all the activities of business. Commerce… …

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  • 9 Strategy+Business — Infobox Newspaper name = Strategy+Business caption = Q1 2008 / Issue 50 cover of Strategy+Business type = Quarterly Business Periodical format = Magazine owners = Booz Company publisher = Booz Company foundation = 1995 editor = chiefeditor =… …

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  • 10 Uninterruptible power supply — A small free standing UPS …

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  • 11 2005 Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal fire — {| Location map|Hertfordshire label= background=white lat= 51.764 long= 0.424 caption=Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire float=right width=195The 2005 Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal fire was caused by a series of explosions early on the morning …

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  • 12 Software quality — Contents 1 Motivation for Defining Software Quality 2 Definition 3 Alternative Approaches to Software Quality Defin …

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  • 13 Thabo Mbeki — His Excellency Thabo Mbeki KStJ GCB GCMG OE President of South Afri …

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  • 14 Operational risk — Categories of financial risk Credit risk Concentration risk Market risk Interest rate risk Currency risk Equity risk Commodity risk Liquidity risk Refinancing risk …

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  • 15 Операционный риск — (англ. Operational risk) риск, связанный с выполнением компанией бизнес функций, включая риски мошенничества и внешних событий. Чаще всего принимается определение, данное в Базель II: Операционный риск риск убытка в результате неадекватных… …

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  • 16 Furlough — A temporary layoff, involuntary leave or other modification of normal working hours without pay for a specified duration. Furloughs are used in the military for soldiers whose new assignments have not yet been determined. For businesses,… …

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  • 17 O'Brien Cogeneration Inc. — O Brien Cogeneration Inc. is an energy resources industrial company in the United States, which is involved with construction and operation of generation of electrical power from renewable energy technology. In 2005, O Brien Cogeneration received …

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  • 18 Phillips Disaster — The Phillips Disaster refers to a devastating series of explosions and fire in October of 1989, near the Houston Ship Channel in Texas, USA. The initial blast registered 3.5 on the Richter Scale, and the conflagration took 10 hours to bring under …

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  • 19 prepackaged bankruptcy — USA An agreement among creditors and stockholders reached before a bankruptcy filing that governs key elements of the bankruptcy plan, rejections and acceptances. The plan and a disclosure statement are usually filed when a Chapter 11 case… …

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  • 20 loss-of-income insurance — Insurance coverage that will pay out income that a policyholder loses as a result of a disability, injury, or business disruption. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary …

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