Business

Business Continuity

All businesses need to be mindful of disasters all year round. In the Caribbean, we have natural disasters that directly affect infrastructure and other disasters that may occur. If you don’t have a plan in place, it is best to start now. This also applies to outdated disaster recovery/ business continuity plans. It is imperative that all employees know the procedure when handling possible data loss and downtime after a disaster. 

Disasters are not limited to floods, fires, hurricanes, and earthquakes that will cause disruption to your businesses. It extends to the functional capacity of employees when a server fails or the system is corrupted by a power surge. Managers and other individuals need to prioritize these plans. 

How much data can you reasonably lose and still be functional? What is your recovery strategy? When do you backup data? These questions and more will need to be included in your business continuity planning. This is the reason an individual has insurance and will, to ensure someone is aware of the plan in place should they pass. A business needs to plan similarly, each person should know their role in executing a business continuity strategy, who to call, and what the expectations are. 

Get started today. Contact us at smse@resolveit.com.jm or book a consultation here.

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