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BCM

Abbreviation for:
bile canalicular membrane
birth control medication
blue cone monochromatism
body cell mass
bone calcium mobilisation
business continuity management (Medspeak-UK)
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Concurrent with the recapitalization of BCM One, TSCP completed an acquisition of SIPTRUNK/SIP.US (SIP).
Frameworks, processes, methodologies and tools vital for a coordinated incident response management, maximised personnel security and minimised data loss risks constitute a typical BCM programme.
The company said that some 20.52 bcm of gas was sold in the Turkish domestic market in January-June compared to 19.02 bcm in January-June 2013.
"Iran exported around 9 bcm of gas in the last year.
"We remain positive that China's domestic shale gas will be a major boost to supply growth, producing approximately 150 Bcm per annum by 2030, largely accounted for by the Sichuan and Tarim basin production.
It highlights the maturity of a company's BCM programme, ensuring that all corresponding activities are conducted and implemented in a controlled manner as well as meet challenging global criteria.
The survey, which was initiated by eHosting DataFort (eHDF) in conjunction with UAE-based BCM consultancy Continuity and Resilience, found that 57% of the responding organisations aim to implement a DR solution between the production site and disaster recover (DR) site.
Turkmenistan to supply 65 bcm to China; room for Gazprom remains
Algeria, which supplies about 13 percent of Europe's gas, is the biggest pipeline gas exporter in North Africa or the Middle East, with exports of 32.56 billion cubic meters (bcm) making it the fifth biggest pipeline gas exporter in the world.
The partnership enables eHDF to provide regional clients with professional services on Business Continuity Management (BCM), a domain devoted to ensuring that business operations continue even through crisis situations, and Disaster Recovery (DR), which refers to recovery of technology services after an adverse event.<p>The services offered by the partnership will also include consultancy on BCM and DR, as well as training, assessment, assurance, auditing and certification.<p>Mohammad Fouz, CEO of EHDF, said: "eHDF's broad-based expertise in all facets of IT, in addition to its status as a well entrenched leader in the Middle East, and BCM Institute's standing as a global major in BCM and DR certification demonstrate a perfect match.
It is clearly disingenuous to suggest that those firms who had undertaken some form of Business Continuity Management (BCM) were the ones least affected, but at least these were the firms who were perhaps better able to manage the ensuing issues, having prepared at least in part, for them happening.
Over 83 percent of companies have developed business continuity management (BCM) programs versus just 30 percent in 2000, and regular testing of those plans is up nearly one-third from 2004, reports a Deloitte & Touche LLP/CPM Group survey of 273 businesses.