RSA Corp White Paper Shares Insights on Leveraging Business Continuity Plans

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Executives highlight ten opportunities to strengthen IT infrastructure and drive business process improvements by leveraging business continuity planning. White paper provides insight into maximizing operational information gained from the planning process.

Leverage insights from the business continuity planning process to improve and streamline operations

By taking advantage of these opportunities, a continuity plan will be an investment toward driving business performance and increasing operational efficiency

RSA Corp, a Houston-based business technology services and IT staffing firm, announced the release of a white paper, "Ten Opportunities to Capitalize on your Business Continuity Plan." The paper details how business leaders can leverage insights gained from the continuity planning process to drive competitive advantage and boost operational efficiency. (http://www.rsacorp.com/business_continuity_planning.html#whitepaper)

"Business continuity planning is more than just a blueprint of procedures to prepare for natural or man-made disasters," said George Black, president and CEO of RSA Corp. "The operational information uncovered during planning can be used to drive improvement initiatives."

Companies invest time, money and resources into creating business continuity plans to ensure speedy disaster recovery and enhanced information security. Many plans are stocked away only to be accessed in times of disruptive events, which include power failure, network outages, data breach and natural disasters.

This paper shows business leaders how to leverage vital operational data by taking a deeper look at continuity planning. It also encourages them to ensure plans are regularly tested and address evolving business processes and updated technology systems.

Insights from planning process help business leaders:
•Streamline business operations
•Improve business decision-making
•Create competitive advantage
•Strengthen information security
•Identify key vendors and their role in vital business operations

"By taking advantage of these opportunities, a continuity plan will be an investment toward driving business performance and increasing operational efficiency," said Stephen C. Sweeney, chief operating officer of RSA Corp.

About RSA
Founded in 1980 as Robert Shields & Associates, RSA Corp is a Houston-based business technology services firm that solves business problems and helps companies grow, through technology. RSA offers enterprise resource planning (ERP) consulting and systems integration, business technology advisory services and small-to-medium business IT support. As a strategic partner, RSA examines each client's business vision and then innovates technology solutions to support that vision.

RSA also provides IT staffing services, specializing in technology leadership positions, software engineers, and PeopleSoft, Oracle, JD Edwards, Java and .NET consultants. RSA connects with highly skilled candidates from across the globe and offers contract staffing, contract-to-hire, direct hire and payroll services. For three consecutive years, RSA has been recognized by the Houston Business Journal and Fast Tech 50 as one of Houston's fastest-growing technology companies. In 2007, RSA was acknowledged by Inc. magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing U.S. companies. For more information, visit RSACorp.com.

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