Step 3: Contingency
Technology supports contingency plans such as information flow, data security and communication (such as digital board portals). Hardware replacement could also be involved – such as when leasing emergency business space.
“It’s important to be prepared and protect your business processes,” says Eric Hughes of EMH Technology. “Your IT infrastructure, information storage and workplace flexibility impacts business continuity greatly. It’s similar to your typical insurance policy. Hopefully you’ll never use it, however should the need arise you’ll be relieved to know that an efficient business continuity process is in place. It’s reassuring to know that your business operation will recover quickly.”
Does your organisation have a business contingency plan in place?
Have you determined your requirements and priorities?
Are you tapping into the potential of technology for flexibility and fast recovery?
Talk to the friendly team at EMH Technology. Explore how technology can help your company’s business continuity without obligation – or jargon.