CapabilitiesCapabilities are abstracted business functions that can be mapped to organizational realities such as processes and systems. For example, risk management is a high level capability for an investment bank.
ServicesViewing an organization as a series of services such as IT support and customer service.
ProcessesThe repeated operational practices of a business such as the flow of an order from sales-to-billing.
SystemsIT services may be viewed at the system level for the purposes of disaster recovery.
|Overview: Business Impact Analysis|
Business Continuity Planning
Analysis of the impact of the interruption of business functions.
Prioritizing restoration of capabilities, processes, services and systems in the event of a disaster.
Also Known As
Business impact analysis is a preliminary step in business continuity planning.