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    Risky Business (part 2)

    Risky Business \(part 2\)

    May 28, 2003 - Now that you've analyzed the risks inherent to your project and come up with a plan to tackle them, it's time to put your risk management plan into practice. In this concluding article, examine the processes of implementing, monitoring and auditing a software risk management plan, together with a case study that demonstrates how it works in the real world. Click for full article.

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    The 'Practical Magic' section was the best for me - a clear and logical set of instructions. I guess it's up to the reader to interpret the article in whatever way makes most scense to his/her businesss.

    I realised I had no real disaster recovery plan. Yes, my data is quite safe as it's stored off-site, but I have no real plan of what steps to take to get the office back into 'production mode' after something like a catastrophic power faliure.

    My business is very small (<$80,000 per annum) and a lot of the precautions covered in Part II would make a severe dent in our cashflow - safety is expensive!

    In any event, thank you MelonFire for a great Part II and a hands-on introduction to Risk Management

    Anybody looking to read more into the subject: the SEI pages is fantastic place for further reading! (see end of Part II)

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    Hey Nao - great feedback on the article, thanks for posting it. Hats off to Melonfire on this article for a great followup to Part I.

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