Business continuity plan
It is, perhaps, a misconception that a ‘business continuity plan’ needs to be drafted by organisations purely to provide guidance in the event of a serious emergency.
Although there is an obvious need to be prepared for incidents – such as fire and flood – which could have devastating effects, there is a greater likelihood of a business grinding to a halt through an IT problem or because the office heating system has failed – or even simply because the keys to the building have been lost.
London prepared has a comprehensive set of templates and guidelines which are appropriate to most businesses and tailored to the needs of various sizes of organisation.
Business link has advice, toolkits and templates specifically targeted at risk minimising in IT and data management.
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