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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — While businesses of all shapes and sizes, including credit unions, often point to data security as a vital issue, perhaps not all that many have centralized, enterprise-wide business continuity mechanisms in place in case of a data emergency, according to a new report.

But many of them are doing something about it. Forrester Research says 56% of technology decision-makers at some of the world’s largest corporations in a recent survey cite purchasing or upgrading crisis response plans as either an “important” or “critical” endeavor for the next fiscal year.

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