When day-to-day operations are disrupted by a natural disaster, it can cost you money and lost revenues plus extra expenses which all mean reduced profits.
Development of your business continuity plan includes these four steps:
Conduct a business analysis to identify your time-sensitive or critical business functions and processes and the resources that support them.
Identify, document, and implement a plan to recover your critical business functions and processes.
Organize a business continuity team and compile a business continuity plan to manage the business disruption.
Test testing and exercises to evaluate recovery strategies and the plan. Following an incident that disrupts your business operations, your will need resources to carry out recovery strategies and to restore your normal business operations.
Resources can come from within your business or be provided by third parties. This is accomplished by doing a Windows 10 Software backup, an iPhone Back up or just by having backup storage so we even restore it from a cloud backup.

Information technology includes many components such as networks, servers, desktop and laptop computers, and wireless devices along with computer backup software. The ability to run both office productivity and enterprise software is critical. Therefore, your comprehensive Disaster Recovery Plan for information technology should be developed so technology can be restored in time to meet the needs of your business. Manual workarounds should be part of your IT Disaster Recovery Plan so your business can continue while computer systems are being restored. We will participate in the creation your organizations Business Continuity Plan. We like to use a version Office 365 backup if possible. We have IT professionals who can help write and put into practice your IT Disaster Recovery Plan, which is just a small part of your organizations overall Business

Resources include:

  1. Employees
  2. Office space, furniture, and equipment
  3. Technology (computers, peripherals, communication equipment, software, and data)
  4. Vital records (electronic and hard copy)
  5. Production facilities, machinery, and equipment
  6. Inventory including raw materials, finished goods, and goods in production.
  7. Utilities (power, natural gas, water, sewer, telephone, internet, and wireless)
  8. Third party services

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