A contingency plan guide. Every company, and each of its locations, is susceptible to disaster. Disk crashes, power outages, communication loss-are all minor disasters that happen on an occassional basis-and most of us have a back-up plan ready to put into effect. But what about major disasters fire, flood.
That’s why you need a comprehensive, effective, disaster contingency plan. Most companies are dependent on their computers to stay in business. But rather than just looking at getting the computer system set up, you also should be concentrating on how to continue the business. A disaster recovery plan really should be called a “business continuity plan” because the most important goal is that your business be kept running