Business continuity spending not a top budget priority

Forrester Research finds organizations understand the importance of spending on business continuity and disaster recovery, but put it off

By , CSO |  Security, business continuity

It is not that enterprises feel that BC/DR is less important, said researchers. In fact, in 2010, 64% of IT decision-makers and influencers reported that BC/DR was a high or critical priority; in 2011, that number was 60%, only a minor decrease. The issue is that enterprises feel that consolidation, intelligence, and virtualization are even more important. Consolidation, business intelligence, and virtualization all help to reduce IT costs, improve business and IT responsiveness, and increase flexibility -- all of which are critical during tough economic times, according to researchers.


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