Being able to maintain essential functions and minimise downtime whatever external event might occur (including disease outbreaks, natural disasters, cyber-attacks, and civil unrest) is vital for business continuity, as well as an organisation’s survival.
While for many businesses maintaining all its functions might not be practical, identifying those that must be maintained and developing a disaster recovery plan should be the first step towards ensuring resiliency.
Key to implementing a business continuity plan is the development of a disaster recovery plan that identifies strategies for dealing with any disruption of IT services, including servers, networks, computers, and mobile devices.
The aim is to recover office productivity and enterprise systems so that critical business operations can continue.
The four key pillars of a business continuity plan are:
A holistic approach that addresses each of these areas is necessary. Without such a plan, you could face interruptions to your business, financial loss, damage to your reputation, and potential failure to recover from a disaster.Contact Us