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You’re @$%!ing Me - Volume 2016, issue 5

08-31-2016 at 04:44 pm -

Business Continuity
25% of businesses do not reopen following a major event.

‘Open for Business’, the Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS)

 

It doesn’t take a major catastrophe to shut down a business. Although business continuity is typically meant for natural disasters, minor disruptions such as broken water pipes and power failures, data loss also has the opportunity to cause significant damage in business operations.

Business continuity is defined as the capability to continue successful operation following a disruptive occurrence. Planning in the case of an emergency ensures that your business is able to recover to an operational state within a short period of time.

Life is full of unexpected moments. Whether you're setting up an office away from home or in the hospital for an extended period, it’s difficult balancing the necessities to be there and the time available to work. We can give you, your business, and your employees peace of mind with our business continuity plan. Our plan provides an office space set up with internet and phone capabilities. So, you can spend less time worrying and focus on running your business seamlessly.


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