What You Wish You Knew During a Crisis…

From my guest post at ContinuityInsights.com

Continuity InsightsDuring a crisis, there is almost by definition a shortage of accessible information. Because of the time pressure a disaster creates, anything considered noise gets filtered out and ignored. However, if you could create a plan to track the right informatoin and make it available during difficult times, it could mean the difference between tragedy and a close call.

Continue reading (at ContinuityInsights.com)…

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About Kit Merker

Product Manager @ Google - working on Kubernetes / Google Container Engine.
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