November 1, 2017 - Most of us have planned carefully for all the things that can go wrong and have plans in place to mitigate the effects of various disasters. But have you thought about the period after the disaster is over? Do you know what you are going to do to overcome the challenge of insufficient funding while the business gets back on its feet? What about recovering records? And getting employees back to work if the workplace is gone? This week’s articles might help you consider what must be done right after the disruption but before things are back to whatever passes for normal at that point.
Here are 10 recovery actions you must take after a disaster. (Item #1) Here are three things your business can take care of now to prepare for a natural disaster and get back up and running quickly. (Item #2) There are some steps you can take to help start the recovery process after a disaster. (Item #3)
One important thing to consider when doing business disaster planning is how to store and recover your business records. (Item #4) Given these three imperatives --- ethical, compliance, and E&O liability --- and the mounting threat of extreme weather, what should professionals do to strengthen their existing business continuity plans? (Item #5) To avoid or lessen downtime in today's modern world, businesses need to prepare in ways that involve both human and technological response. (Item #6)
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