A Business Continuity Plan is sometimes referred to as a “disaster recovery plan” because it allows for the preservation of critical data and other elements of your business. Having a good contingency plan ensures that downtime is limited to the minimum amount of time needed to get it back up and running. The protection of data is the other aspect of this. You must make sure that your customers’ data is safe and secure and it usually involves putting it in a remote location or a SkyDrive outside of your location in which the disaster occurred. The general goal of a disaster or business continuity plan is to improve the level of responsiveness by employees in different situations that might interfere with the daily operations of your business. Like preparing for disasters such as tornadoes, earthquakes, or other events that are unpredictable, a disaster plan or business continuity plan requires all members to be on board to make it work efficiently.
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