Nov 17th, 2016
Digitalisation World | EMEA
The severe floods that hit the north of England and parts of Scotland not so long ago devastated both homes and businesses. This leads to questions about whether the UK is sufficiently prepared to cope with such calamities. On 28th December 2015 the Guardian newspaper went so far as to say that the failure to ensure that flood defences could withstand the unprecedented high water levels would cost at least £5bn.
David Trossell – CEO of Bridgeworks – warns: “Even those people whom are responsible for averting disaster don’t plan properly because they are just ticking boxes and they never seem to think that the impossible thing could very well happen.”
Flooded: Why IT service continuity is your best insurance policy
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