Every business should have a Business Continuity plan in place. To clarify, a plan will help protect your data and your reputation should the worst happen. Also, planning gives you a framework to ensure you are back up and running as quickly as possible. Therefore if you don't think your business could operate if you had an unexpected disaster such as a fire or a flood, then contact us. As a result, we can put a plan of action together on how your staff will operate in times of crisis. Finally do you have a backup of all your data should the worse happen or devices are lost of stolen?
What is Business Continuity?
Business Continuity is when you continue to maintain critical business functions during a crisis.
What is Disaster Recovery?
Distaster Recover is the action of fixing a failing, degraded or completely damaged infrastructure. Examples of a disaster in the business place includes;
The current COVID-19 crisis is testing the continuity plans of many of our clients and we are helping them maintain their connectivity to their customers, suppliers and staff. We ensure that their staff who are working from home are doing so safely, particularly the ones using their own computers and laptops as well as mobiles. We are adding encryption and/or anti-virus software to the hardware of some staff whilst ensuring staff who do have access to company information online have uninterrupted access and all the information they need. Contact us if you are experiencing any issues around staff working from home or in managing your online presence.
GNC invoked the Business Continuity plan which included;
A major insurance company was fined £2,275,000 by the FSA in 2010 for the loss of 46,000 policy holders’ personal details. Every week companies are being fined for various breaches of compliance. If you have a disaster can you be sure your data is safe?