Ensuring Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

A business continuity and disaster recovery plan needs to embrace the procedures through which employees can communicate effectively with each other, the pathway suitable for them and the method through which they can maintain the consistency in their working.

However, the details may differ from one company to another, depending on the scale, scope as well as the nature of business of a company. While for some companies issues relating to supply chain logistics are of utmost importance, some consider information technology a key component in their business plans. Accordingly firms should devise a business continuity and disaster recovery plan to suit them.

An important point is that firms cannot ignore Disaster Recovery plans to guard against damaged caused by natural elements and man-made calamities. IT and human resources cannot be developed and deployed without interacting with each other.

It should also be borne in mind that at the time of crisis many employees may have their own personal problems to be solved rather than that of the company they work for so a disaster recovery plan should bear this in mind.

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