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Institutional Resilience: Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

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As a higher education institution, you want to do everything you can to mitigate or eliminate risks and handle unexpected crises in a calm, organized fashion. When an interruptive event occurs, regardless of what that event is, it doesn’t just put the institution’s livelihood at risk—it may also impact the students, faculty, and community at large.


Many organizations never recover after they’re affected by a hurricane, earthquake, or other disastrous event, but luckily, thorough

advanced planning can help you bounce back more quickly—no matter what situation may come your way.

Knowing the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery, and working to mature both throughout the organization will help your institution be more resilient and recoverable if an adverse event occurs. Learn more about business continuity and disaster recovery in this blog.

Download the Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic, use and share across campus to help improve institutional resilience.

Link to download Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic

Additional Resources

Link to 8 Things to Look for in Continuity Planning Software
Link to Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed
Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery Infographic

As a higher education institution, you want to do everything you can to mitigate or eliminate risks and handle unexpected crises in a calm, organized fashion. When an interruptive event occurs, regardless of what that event is, it doesn’t just put the institution’s livelihood at risk—it may also impact the students, faculty, and community at large.


Many organizations never recover after they’re affected by a hurricane, earthquake, or other disastrous event, but luckily, thorough

advanced planning can help you bounce back more quickly—no matter what situation may come your way.

Knowing the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery, and working to mature both throughout the organization will help your institution be more resilient and recoverable if an adverse event occurs. Learn more about business continuity and disaster recovery in this blog.

Download the Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic, use and share across campus to help improve institutional resilience.

Link to download Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic

Additional Resources

Link to 8 Things to Look for in Continuity Planning Software
Link to Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed
Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery Infographic

As a higher education institution, you want to do everything you can to mitigate or eliminate risks and handle unexpected crises in a calm, organized fashion. When an interruptive event occurs, regardless of what that event is, it doesn’t just put the institution’s livelihood at risk—it may also impact the students, faculty, and community at large.


Many organizations never recover after they’re affected by a hurricane, earthquake, or other disastrous event, but luckily, thorough

advanced planning can help you bounce back more quickly—no matter what situation may come your way.

Knowing the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery, and working to mature both throughout the organization will help your institution be more resilient and recoverable if an adverse event occurs. Learn more about business continuity and disaster recovery in this blog.

Download the Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic, use and share across campus to help improve institutional resilience.

Link to download Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery infographic

Additional Resources

Link to 8 Things to Look for in Continuity Planning Software
Link to Continuity Program Methodology for Higher Ed
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