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Our software is used by the world's largest organisations across a variety of industries including finance & investment, utilities, telecommunications, public sector & local authority, and many more.
Valoración media17 reseñas
- En general 4.5 / 5
- Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
- Atención al cliente 5 / 5
- Funciones 4.5 / 5
- Relación calidad-precio 4.5 / 5
Detalles del producto
- Versión gratuita No
- Prueba gratis Sí
En la nube, SaaS, web
Móvil: nativo de iOS
Móvil: nativo de Android
En directo en línea
En horario ininterrumpido (atiende un representante)
Datos del proveedor
- Fundada en 2002
C2 is an established Business Continuity software provider with a continuing commitment to its customers to evolve with the market. Our mission is to provide intuitive and innovative solutions for the global business resilience market and reshape the industry as we know it today.
Business Continuity Management Software, BCMS, is used to alleviate and assist with the day to day management of an organisation's Business Continuity requirements.
Funciones de BCMS
- Almacenamiento seguro de datos
- Compatibilidad con varios sistemas
- Copia de seguridad continua
- Copia de seguridad incremental
- Opciones del servidor local
- Opciones del servidor remoto
- Programación de copias de seguridad
- Registro de copia de seguridad
- Restauración y acceso web
Las reseñas más útiles de BCMS
Revisado el 20/2/2019
C2 BCMS Review
Comentarios: The benefits being realised are mass cascade very quickly, automated reporting through upfront testing criteria and the ability to auto send plan review/signoff emails.
Puntos a favor: The software is easy to use and has built in help if you are not clear on what is required in any particular field It provides many different layers of reporting should you require in depth reporting and governance capability People signing off the plans do not need to have direct system access, cutting down the number of potential user accounts you need to create and administer
Contras: Sometimes you have to do a manual push to update the plan when making amendments for the amendments to be transferred to the plan (this being reviewed though and believe it to be resolved during next software release). Current limited capability on the 'Invoke' button of the BCP The call tree cascades show the message coming from a UK mobile when sending outside of the UK, this means there is a potential for people to see it as 'spam' and not read the message (this is being extremely picky) None of the above are major issues and would not stop me from recommending the software
Respuesta de proveedores
por Continuity2 el 26/2/2019
We greatly appreciate you taking the time to review our software. Your opinion is extremely important to us, and we rely on client feedback in order to continuously make improvements.
We are really pleased to hear that you have found the software easy to use, found the inbuilt support helpful and have made good use of the reporting and governance alignment capabilities.
With regard to the challenges you have outlined ¿ we can confirm that we are working on the updating feature for release in the immediate future, and we certainly take the additional comments on board with regard to the Invoke button and call tree ¿ this is something we will discuss internally to improve.
From an overall sense we are delighted to have you on board and that your experience with the software is a positive one!
Business Risk and Resilience Analyst
Revisado el 23/11/2018
C2 implementation and use
Comentarios: In my view there are two typical approaches to Business Continuity Management and planning: • Document incident-response resources and the procedures that explain what to do, how to do it and whom to notify. • Implement BCMS software to assist in the design, implementation and enduring control of the BCMS. Within a typical BCMS, the documentation approach has been the traditional plan-building method. This method involves significant resource gathering input from the business units on which systems and operations are critical, compiling a business impact analysis, an incident response plan, call lists, and recovery solutions and procedures. This normally resides on the shared drive ready for stakeholder use. Continity2 controls the analysis and planning process. When fully implemented, all of Business Continuity and Incident Management people, resources and business needs will be represented as data elements and stored within software’s database. The creation of Plan templates, management of contacts and BCMS governance has been a real benefit. For a global organisation, delivering a consistent methodology and approach with uniformed Plan delivery demonstrates to our external interested parties that we have a Global BCMS, not a desperate system based on out of date analysis and documentation.
Puntos a favor:
It is important to start with, ‘what you put in is what you will get out’. C2 is a structured approach to BIA formulation to Plan completion, the more detail, time and effort you apply, the better the resulting Plan output. Work at the outset is required to ensure that you recognise how C2 functions as this will help you formulate the organisational structure.
Once you have completed the initial ground work, C2 is very easy to add, remove and modify the structure to meet the requirements of the Plan you intend to use within your organisation.
One of the things I like about this application is the simplistic dashboard. The front end appears from sign-on and this can be tailored to suit user needs, so they only see what they need to see. Another key benefit is the provision of additional functionality that supports the Plans during validation and invocation. The benefit of having one system that can be configured to suit organisational complexity, provide Plan governance, has the ability to communicate to all Plan members, additional internal and external stakeholders using SMS, e-mail and forced voice call is a real plus.
Contras: There are not many downsides to the C2 software, but one area that does cause functionality frustration, is organisational BIA. This function is great if you have an organisation that does the same activity multiple times over multiple locations. However, if this is not the case, the organisational BIA will apply constraints when trying to make organisation structure changes, removing departments, activities etc. requiring the user to modify the organisational BIA structure in order to complete a front end structure change. The ability to interface with other business systems, such as Active Directory would also benefit the application so that users do not have to remember multiple login details. However, password security can be configured to meet the needs of the business, but this would act as a separate instance.
Respuesta de proveedores
por Continuity2 el 10/12/2018
We greatly appreciate you taking the time to review our software. Your opinion is extremely important to us and we rely on client feedback in order to continuously make improvements.
It is great to hear that our easy to use dashboard, enhanced functionality within plan management and integrated communications tools have been of key benefit when utilising our software in your BCMS.
Regarding your feedback on organisational BIA, we would love to discuss this with you in more detail, please contact us so that we can arrange this.