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In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless,
but planning is indispensable.– Dwight D. Eisenhower
Much like old humans, old iPhones have a tough time holding their juice — and part of the reason why is how you charge them. “Charging my phone is a breeze,” you say. “What could possibly go wrong?” you say. As it turns out, some of our seemingly harmless habits are doing slow, silent, deadly damage to those precious lithium-ion batteries.
> Still prevalent and important… A must read for any Continuity Professional
Steve Tack VP of Product Management for Compuware’s APM Business November 19, 2012
We have been talking about this problem for years – the gap between IT and Business. All the experts have advised that bridging this gap should be a high priority for any company, and yet we still see this problem persisting today.
The Department of Homeland Security justissued a warning that recommends removing QuickTime for Windows after cybersecurity firm Trend Micro reported finding two “critical vulnerabilities” in the program, which Apple will no longer be providing security updates for.
The current approach to business continuity, which generally focusses on ‘what could happen’, has significant limitations says Graham Goodenough. In this article he explains why this is the case; and suggests a better, more positive, method.