“hope for the best, prepare for the worst”- Proper preparation will help protect your business from the practical restrictions imposed by a pandemic.
If you aren’t thinking about the what if scenarios of what could affect your business, how can you prepare?
Business Continuity isn’t only applicable when “disasters” such as a ransomware or hardware failure occur, it can also help prevent downtime by enabling staff to work from anywhere. For instance, in the event of a pandemic such as the one we are experiencing now or the more common “snow day”.
The outbreak of coronavirus is highly likely to affect the staffing of your business and now is the time to ensure you are covered.
It’s time to take action!
How do you ensure that it’s business as usual?