Insure to Ensure Your Business Continuity


At this time of year, when the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is in the news, my thoughts inevitably turn toward the issue of disaster recovery - which, as I've emphasized many times, is really a matter, not of recovery, but of business continuity. I recently received a call from someone who acknowledged his firm did not have a plan for dealing with disaster and asked for recommendations on creating a "Plan B" for contingencies. My response was that if you don't have a contingency plan, then get one quickly -otherwise, when disaster strikes you simply will not be prepared. Disaster is not usually a Hurricane Katrina or an earthquake. It's more typically a burst water pipe or a fire in the office, which can wreak almost as much destruction.

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