Disruption means "a rending asunder, a bursting apart, forcible separation into parts," early 15c., originally medical, "laceration of tissue," general sense from 1640s, from Medieval Latin disruptionem (nominative disruptio) "a breaking asunder," noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin disrumpere "break apart, split, shatter, break to pieces," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + rumpere "to break," from PIE root *runp- "to break." Disruptions can and do occur in many forms. Let's start with an uncontrollable disruption, the weather. We can control our reaction to the weather disruption and even more importantly automate business continuity plans in response to the disruption. Earth Networks can predict weather disruptions and automate business decisions based on the predictions. Earth Networks can also share detailed maps to all employees in all locations on all devices. So when the weather "lacerates" your business, be prepared with strong business continuity plans.
Continuity, disrupting the disruption, arriving safely