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Does Your Organization Take Longer to Recover from a Crisis Than Most?

Organizations spent an average of 1,219.2 hours in business resumption mode in the last year. That means more than 50 business-as-usual calendar days were lost due to crises. Those are the findings of Firestorm’s 7th Edition Crisis Event Impact Management Report.

To break it down a little more:

  • 1,328.2 hours lost due to accidents or other crises
  • 1,261.4 hours lost due to Natural Disasters
  • 612 hours lost due to human disasters, e.g.: pandemics or diseases
  • 9 hours lost due to technical problems, such as server issues

Read the full Crisis Event Impact Management Report post via Firestorm.


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