In a recent report, the Business Continuity Institute found that only 60 percent of enterprises adopt the international standard for business continuity, ISO 22301.
The hallmark of a good business continuity plan is testing.
Business continuity planning and disaster recovery center around minimizing the change that occur to a company when a crisis occurs.
Business continuity planning helps protect your company from disaster, but it can also help protect it from bad ideas and poor management in everyday workflows.
During a crisis, communication is one of the most important things for survival.
While smaller businesses often don’t think twice about geopolitical impact on their operations, they might need to start as various global situations escalate.
It’s safe to assume that, even for a 100 percent online business, weather has an impact on operations and profits.
Less than half of businesses across the United States are fully prepared to recover from a disaster.