Business Continuity Made Simple

A business continuity plan (BCP) protects your organisation from potentially devastating impacts of unexpected events. From power outages to natural disasters, data theft to pandemics, your organisation must be prepared to handle a range of ‘what if’ scenarios to ensure critical operations are maintained. A BCP provides a framework for implementing effective response and recovery strategies, encompassing communication and collaboration with all stakeholders, operational practicalities, and any technical considerations.

In this guide, we cover five key areas for consideration when getting started with business continuity planning and how disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) solutions help simplify the technical requirements of your BCP – complete with a handy checklist.

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Structuring a BC team

Learn how to establish your executive business continuity (BC) team and structure sub-teams to ensure all aspects of your BCP are carried out effectively.

Forming your BCP

Once your team has been chosen, create a robust BCP which takes into account how each area of the business could be impacted by an event.

Communication is key

Crisis communication planning is essential to support employees, clients, vendors and other key stakeholders. Gain expert tips for managing crisis comms.

Ensure your tech is prepped

Test, develop and invest in IT solutions which support your BCP. Find out how DRaaS is helping businesses prevent data loss and accelerate disaster recovery.