Ideagen Huddle for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) planning limits the impact of disruptions to public services delivery or business operations. In today’s interconnected world, virtually every aspect of a company’s operation is vulnerable to disruption. Some risks could take your business offline for days, but in a competitive environment, even minutes of downtime could prove fatal.
However, the preparation, maintenance and execution of a BCDR plan can be a disaster in itself for many organizations. A reliance on email or file sharing platforms to build and maintain the BCDR plan can easily lead to fragmented and overlapping communication, issues with version control (who knows which is the most up-to-date BCDR plan?) and an inability to securely share BCDR plans with third-party agencies, such as the emergency services. When disaster strikes, it is also imperative that BCDR managers have mobile access to the latest plan: there’s no point in having a plan if it sits on a physical server, sealed off because of a local chemical leak. It needs
to be on your tablet or smartphone so you can take immediate pre-emptive action and continue operations.
In this Huddle Executive Briefing, we examine how Huddle for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery addresses the joint challenge of preparing the BCDR plan and helping those responsible for BCDR to react more quickly and effectively to a crisis situation.
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