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What if your company’s information was completely lost and unavailable?

What would happen to all of the data that has been collected or processed over time?

It would be a huge loss for any business.

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That is why it is important to have a single unified plan in place, so you are prepared for anything.

In this blog post, we will discuss how to create such a plan and give you some tips on what should go into it!

An emergency plan is essential for any company that wants to be prepared in the event of a disaster.

It includes information on who will take charge when an incident occurs.

Such as where the backup files are located and what needs to happen after the data loss has occurred.

This should also include notification procedures so you can reach out to employees and other relevant parties immediately following a crisis or disaster.

It’s important to know who your stakeholders are before making decisions about how best to protect them during an outage situation.

Be sure they all have copies of their own data backed up off site (in case it’s needed).

But this won’t help if they’re not informed about your business continuity plans!



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