Business Continuity Plans Are Demand Now

Business Continuity Plans Are Needed Now

All Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Planning efforts need to encompass several factors. How employees will communicate, where they will go and how they will keep doing their jobs. The details can vary greatly, depending on the size and scope of a company and the way it does business. For some businesses, issues such as supply chain logistics are most crucial and are the focus on the plan. For others, information technology may play a more pivotal role, and the planning process may have more of a focus on systems recovery.

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Planning is the quintessential complex, unfamiliar task. Serious events happen so rarely that recovery operations are the opposite of routine. What’s more, the myriad interconnected data, application and other resources that must be recovered after such an event make recovery an exceptionally difficult and error-prone effort. Even if you have never built a plan before, you can achieve great results. Just follow the DR Template that Janco has created and you will have a functioning plan before you know it.

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Business continuity is vital to business success, and in today’s interconnected world, virtually every aspect of a company’s operation is vulnerable to disruption. Some risks could take your business offline for days, but in a competitive environment, even minutes of downtime could prove fatal. So, how do you determine the resiliency and recovery requirements of your business? How do you identify and integrate critical business and IT priorities into a robust continuity and resiliency program?

Author: Victor Janulaitis

M. Victor Janulaitis is the CEO of Janco Associates. He has taught at the USC Graduate School of Business, been a guest lecturer at the UCLA’s Anderson School of Business, a Graduate School at Harvard University, and several other universities in various programs.