Disasters like hurricanes could demobilize your operations. But, with today’s innovative solutions, they don’t have to.
Business continuity planning used to be synonymous with information technology, but not so in today’s commercial landscape. Companies are expanding business continuity beyond IT needs to their actual facilities. This includes temporary warehousing and storage, manufacturing facilities, meeting and office spaces, and much more.
Of course, the right structure is only part of the business continuity equation. Timing and expertise are equally central components of a successful plan.