Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity 3rd edition
What would you do if your systems were hacked or compromised by a virus? How would your IT systems cope in the event of flooding or an explosion?
What if your IT systems simply stopped working?
IT has brought many benefits to business. However, IT failures can seriously damage your ability to deliver products and services, harm your company's reputation, and jeopardise your relationship with your customers. In short, poorly managed IT problems could threaten the survival of your business.
Create a Survival Plan
If you want to protect your business, you need to put in place a business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) plan to help your business survive.Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, a quick guide for organisations and business managersshows you how to develop a plan that will:
keep your information safesafeguard your company from viruses and phishing scams.store data safely, and prevent years of work from being lost by accident.ensure your communication links are secure, and keep you connected when disaster strikesbomb-proof your dataprotect your data in the event of fire or flood.
Read this practical guide and start building a business survival plan today
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