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Mark Petty

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Mark Petty: Sales & Marketing Director at Littlefish



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The Littlefish Digital Transformation Survey: Keep on running: the secrets to operational continuity

08/03/2018


When it comes to service availability and business continuity, ‘what if?’ is often the most important question. Yet in our recent survey, service continuity barely registered as a priority for CIOs and senior IT decision makers.

It’s a worrying statistic. The cost of downtime can be exorbitant – and on many occasions, the business doesn’t recover at all. So what should organisations be doing to protect their systems and ensure productivity doesn’t dip?



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