When disaster strikes
Lee Hanley recounts how Richards Butler tackled the thorny issue of business continuity in the event of a disaster
When considering business continuity, it is imperative to imagine a real event with real consequences. Questions such as ‘how quickly would things be up and running?’, or ‘where would staff be able to work from?’ and ‘what would they use?’, need to have real definable answers that are backed up by testing and confirmation.
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