There is a need for statistics & formal procedures

February 6, 2009 at 6:52 am 4 comments

Dr. Aamir Matin, Country General Manager of Cisco Systems, speaking at the CSO Roundtable on Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning that was supported by P@SHA. He talks about the need for customers and vendors working together to ensure that formal procedures are in place and statistics are available on any downtime that has occurred on a network.

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  • There is a need for statistics & formal procedures…

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  • 3. muhamad shahzad  |  February 6, 2009 at 6:26 pm

    there were reports that telenor would be launching its blackberry service in february,is there any update in this regard?

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  • 4. Vickram Crishna  |  February 8, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    @Aamir: While the need for rigor in data collection is very important, perhaps even critical, one must also recognise the human tendency to seek excuses for inaction. Much of poor governance and non-working social mechanisms can be attributed, imho, to inaction.

    One of the well-crafted excuses for inaction is poor data, or lack of data entirely, meaning not that there is no information, but that the information has not been collected through regular channels. The implication being therefore that the information is suspect, by definition.

    This is a very great danger in our societies, where we have become used – indeed, inured – to inaction. It is vital that data collection exercises be hallmarked with transparency and an open attitude towards the methodologies and diligence of the various exercises involved.

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