We had an ice storm in Atlanta once. We were out for a week. No business, no revenue, and the customers took a while to return fully. Something to think about and implement.
The pipes in the office on the floor above yours burst and your entire floor is flooded and all the computer equipment is destroyed. There is a weeklong ice storm that shuts down the power in your building and no one can work there until it is restored. There is a flu epidemic in your town and half your staff is unable to work for several days.
These are just a few among many events that could occur that could temporarily shut down your business. What would you do then? Do you have a business continuity plan?
In this two-part series we will cover what should be included in a business continuity plan and how you get started creating one.
You have probably also heard of a disaster recovery plan. That is essentially the same as a business continuity plan but because of our human nature and our “that can’t…
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