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  • The 3 main business risks Botswana faces in 2019

    The 3 main business risks Botswana faces in 2019

    February 20, 2019 • Security, Southern AfricaComments Off on The 3 main business risks Botswana faces in 2019

    One of the most important trends to emerge in recent years is that it is increasingly difficult to identify individual risks in isolation. Business, society and culture are all complex and that gives rise to an interconnected risk landscape which requires an...

  • Why the FinTech sector above all others must embrace hyper-availability

    Veeam enables ContinuitySA to deliver Hyper-Availability across Africa

    September 8, 2018 • GeneralComments Off on Veeam enables ContinuitySA to deliver Hyper-Availability across Africa

    Veeam Software, the leader in Intelligent Data Management for the Hyper‑Available Enterprise™, today announced that ContinuitySA, an African provider of business continuity management services to public and private sector organisations, has selected Veeam...

  • Collaboration is the key to building organisational resilience more effectively

    Collaboration is the key to building organisational resilience more effectively

    June 13, 2018 • General, Southern AfricaComments Off on Collaboration is the key to building organisational resilience more effectively

    Today’s world is volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. In such an environment, future planning is difficult, if not impossible. As a result, organisations are increasingly focusing on becoming resilient; that is, to be able to anticipate, adapt and...

  • 5 steps to integrating business continuity and cyber resilience

    5 steps to integrating business continuity and cyber resilience

    June 5, 2018 • Security, Top StoriesComments Off on 5 steps to integrating business continuity and cyber resilience

    Business’s increasing dependence on digital platforms and data has generated significant efficiencies—but has also spawned a well-resourced cyber-crime industry. It is thus imperative that cyber resilience is integrated into organisations’ business...

  • The impact of insourcing your business continuity management

    The impact of insourcing your business continuity management

    March 1, 2018 • GeneralComments Off on The impact of insourcing your business continuity management

    Although most responsible organisations now accept the imperative for a proper business continuity management (BCM) plan, when it comes to investing in a business continuity capability, the eternal problem of costs asserts itself. And while many organisations...

  • 6 risks to make you take business resilience seriously in 2018

    6 risks to make you take business resilience seriously in 2018

    January 9, 2018 • General, Top StoriesComments Off on 6 risks to make you take business resilience seriously in 2018

    If nothing else, 2017 provided proof positive that the unexpected does happen: South Africa’s political and economic crisis entered a new phase with the GuptaLeaks revelations, Kenya had to rerun its elections and the seemingly indomitable Robert Mugabe was...

  • Mozambique: ContinuitySA expands data centre

    February 25, 2016 • Enterprise IT, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on Mozambique: ContinuitySA expands data centre

    ContinuitySA has expanded its existing data centre in Maputo by installing one of its mobile data centres as a permanent extension to the existing brick-and-mortar data centre. The mobile unit, housed in a specially adapted container, more than doubles the...

  • Using social media in a crisis: 7 best practices

    July 7, 2014 • Company NewsComments Off on Using social media in a crisis: 7 best practices

    There’s a gas explosion at your main manufacturing plant: lives are at risk and production is likely to be affected…. Your call centre has been hit by an outbreak of food poisoning after a team party and is running at 20 percent capacity… Your products...

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    4 key factors when planning Business Continuity for your Contact Centre

    July 7, 2014 • Company NewsComments Off on 4 key factors when planning Business Continuity for your Contact Centre

    Customers are the lifeblood of any business, and for many companies, large and small, a contact centre is the most important channel for interacting with them. And yet, despite its importance, few companies have a comprehensive disaster recovery and business...

  • Internet Solutions acquires ContinuitySA

    Internet Solutions’ latest acquisition is ContinuitySA

    June 19, 2014 • Company News, Top StoriesComments Off on Internet Solutions’ latest acquisition is ContinuitySA

    Internet Solutions (IS) has made a move and acquired business continuity management company ContinuitySA (CSA). The amount for the acquisition has however been undisclosed. This is the third acquisition in recent months by the pan-African communications...

  • ICT continuity: Are you spending enough or too much?

    April 1, 2014 • Company NewsComments Off on ICT continuity: Are you spending enough or too much?

    Few would question the necessity for ICT continuity solutions – but how many have interrogated how much they cost and how effective they are? That’s a question posed by Jaun Harmse, senior business continuity management advisor at ContinuitySA, who asks...

  • ContinuitySA invests R9.8 million to meet growing demand, improve services

    February 4, 2014 • Company News, Southern AfricaComments Off on ContinuitySA invests R9.8 million to meet growing demand, improve services

    ContinuitySA, Africa’s premier provider of business continuity management consulting and services, recently concluded a set of major capital projects aimed at upgrading its IT and physical infrastructure. “It’s safe to say that IT is now the...

  • Top five business continuity risks for 2014: Is extreme part of your thinking?

    January 30, 2014 • Company News, Southern AfricaComments Off on Top five business continuity risks for 2014: Is extreme part of your thinking?

      At the beginning of 2013, ContinuitySA warned that business risks were becoming more complex and intertwined, and so much harder to predict and plan for. But this year they are also becoming more extreme. “As the world becomes more interconnected,...

  • Key success factors for business continuity in manufacturing

    November 27, 2013 • Company News, Southern AfricaComments Off on Key success factors for business continuity in manufacturing

    Once seen primarily as a way to protect against IT and building failure in white-collar industries, business continuity management is fast becoming an essential tool for manufacturers. “Business continuity management takes a much broader view than...

  • ContinuitySA announces business continuity training programme for 2014

    November 20, 2013 • Company News, Southern AfricaComments Off on ContinuitySA announces business continuity training programme for 2014

    ContinuitySA, Africa’s premier provider of business continuity management services, has announced its training programme for the first six months of 2014. Business Continuity is the increasingly important science of keeping a business operational through...

  • Business continuity and the cloud: Storm warning

    October 30, 2013 • Company News, Southern AfricaComments Off on Business continuity and the cloud: Storm warning

    “Cloud services are proliferating because they offer employees tremendous flexibility—the explosion in the use of smartphones and tablets creates a tremendous need for anywhere/ anytime access to applications,” says Peter Westcott, business continuity...