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Business continuity plans are developed internally to companies. Since the plan’s authors are familiar with company processes, they tend to take some things for granted. There is always the likelihood that the plan is not as good as it could be. Of course, no one wants to discover a shortcoming during a real disaster. To avoid this situation, they compare their plans to the various internationally recognized published standards by getting their plans certified. The comparison is to ensure there are no glaring omissions or proven simpler ways to do things.
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