A ministerial group has been created to find solutions for keeping these sources of employment going and the involvement of state banks has not been ruled out.
A commission at the Ministry of Economy, Labour and Commerce has been announced, which will include representation of the Groups Wisa and Vida Panama in order to address saving the thousands of jobs at risk.
An estimated 300 Costa Ricans living in Nicaragua work in their own companies or manage companies from this or other countries. "In 2012, Costa Rica was in eighth place in the FDI in Nicaragua ranking, with $110 million, according to the Investment Promotion Agency of Nicaragua", reported Nacion.com.
Data center complexity, numerous applications, and disaster recovery plan issues are top concerns.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – January 11, 2010 – Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today released the findings of its 2010 State of the Data Center study. Now in its third year, the study found that mid-sized enterprises (2,000 to 9,999 employees) are more likely to adopt cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing, deduplication, replication, storage virtualization, and continuous data protection than small or large enterprises to reduce IT costs and manage increasing complexity. Further, mid-sized enterprise data centers show more activity, with more IT managers predicting major changes to the data center and new applications in 2010. Mid-sized enterprises also place a higher importance on staffing and training than their small or large enterprise counterparts. The study is based on surveys of 1,780 data center managers in 26 countries in November 2009.
Sick directors, interruption of supply chains, a reduction in human resources...
Deloitte warned that a possible influenzapandemic would have an impact not only on health, but also in business continuity due to risks of illness in managers, potential disruption of supply chains, reduction in work sources and a decrease in the ability of businesses to meet their obligations.
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