Source Business Technology Resiliency Capabilities
September 13, 2012
Why Read This Report
When anxious executives ask you to improve or maintain business resiliency across the enterprise, it's likely that you'll need help. The skills and expertise required to stay on top of key trends, industry best practices, and the latest technologies while juggling many other competing priorities is exhausting to your staff and, if neglected, risky for your business. To address these challenges, many Forrester clients turn to consultancies to help them revitalize their business resiliency programs. This Market Overview of Global Resiliency Consultancies , Q3 2011 outlines the landscape of management consultancies: traditional IT outsourcers, technology providers, and IT service providers, all of which compete to provide business resiliency consulting services on a global scale for large, complex enterprises. This report is designed to help infrastructure and operations professionals partner with the right consultancies to optimize their business technology resilency strategies.
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Table of Contents
- Urgency And Complexity Drive Adoption Of Resiliency Consulting
- Ten Key Capabilities Make Up The Resiliency Consultancy Landscape
- Vendors Focus On Either Enterprise Risk Or Technology
- Prioritize Existing Partners, Then Choose Between Risk And IT Expertise
- Supplemental Material
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