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uninterrupted connection or union

a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot

the property of a continuous and connected period of time

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By winning this prestigious award, Batelco is directly eligible to enter for the Business Continuity Management Global Awards that will be held in London in November.
As a Gold level member of OPN, Continuity Software is able to help our customers benefit from solutions that are Oracle-ready and optimized," said Doron Pinhas, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Continuity Software.
The MTE session stressed on the importance of rapid recovery and timely resumption of critical operations following a wide-scale disruption, through ongoing use or robust testing to ensure critical continuity arrangements are effective and compatible.
AcXess solutions allow firms of almost any size to avoid loss of operational capabilities and revenue during natural or man-made emergency situations, and to meet stringent business continuity requirements demanded by clients, partners, shareholders and federal regulators.
the world's leading provider of service availability risk management solutions, today announced the results of its 2012 Continuity Risk Benchmark study.
For business continuity planning, size does matter, according to John Medaska, vice president of business development with Relational Technology Services (www.
But while the topic of temperature in a corporate environment might once have referred to HVAC settings, today it involves a far more serious subject -- business continuity planning (i.
Dropdowns into controlled corporations or partnerships after a reorganization often have been disqualified by the IRS because of the "remote continuity of interest doctrine" described in Groman, 302 US 82 (1937), and Helvering v.
Seagram's concept of continuity required identifying shareholders immediately before inception of the series of integrated transactions.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Amcom, a provider of mission critical communications software and Prevalent Networks, one of the new breed of business continuity consulting firms, today announced a sales and marketing alliance in which the companies will co-market and co-sell their respective business continuity offerings.
Leading Business Continuity Executive John Jackson Speaks About the Upcoming Trends in Business Continuity Management
As the bipartisan Continuity of Government Commission (COGC) put it in a 2003 report: "If anyone doubts the importance of Congress in times of crisis, it is helpful to recall that in the days after September 11th, Congress authorized the use of force in Afghanistan; appropriated funds for reconstruction of New York and for military preparations; and passed major legislation granting additional investigative powers and improving transportation security.
Should a pandemic strike, the company would make operational the components of its continuity plan for communicating with its employees, vendors and customers.
Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters, the ongoing threats of terrorism, and the auditing profession's increased emphasis on business continuity planning have captured the attention of higher education executives.
Continuity of mission-critical infrastructure and applications is one of the biggest challenges they face, and the number one mission-critical application is email.