METRICS: Disaster Preparedness

By Jon Surmacz

August 14, 2003

About two-thirds (67 per cent) of Fortune 1000 executives say their companies are more prepared now than before 9/11 to access critical data in a disaster situation. The majority (60 per cent) say they have a command team in place to maintain information continuity operations from a remote location if a disaster occurs. Close to three quarters of executives (71 per cent) discuss disaster policies and procedures at executive-level meetings, and 62 per cent have increased their budgets for preventing loss of information availability.

SOURCE: Harris Interactive

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