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PA IN THE MEDIA

Going for gold in business continuity

"The Olympic planning piece is very London-centric."

 

ADAM STRINGER, PA IT EXPERT

 

Stephen Pritchard

IT Pro

9 July 2012

 

PA’s Adam Stringer, an IT expert, is quoted in an article on business continuity planning in IT Pro. Adam gives his view on how companies can boost the resilience of their organisations during the London 2012 Olympics.

On the Olympics, Adam comments: "The Olympic planning piece is very London-centric."

Adam explains a factor to consider for business continuity planning: "But the advice to move your IT away from people is valuable. Companies have already been focused on moving IT away from head office, for cost reasons."

Adam continues: "Expensive floor space should not be taken up by technology, but you can also create a recovery strategy, and de-risk the business, by moving systems away from city centres."

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