- Develop a plan – identify your risks, prioritize business functions, establish recovery locations for back-up systems, records and supplies.
- Backup Site – Equip your backup operations site with critical equipment, data files and supplies (computers, phones, TV’s, cameras…)
- Contact Information – Employees, key customers, vendors, business partners…
- Communications – Having access to multiple and reliable methods of communicating with your employees and patients! Tips Courtesy of Continuity Central
With everything that’s happening in the mid-west, we can’t stress to you enough how important it is for your business to have a Disaster Recovery plan. For example, the hospital in Joplin, MO being torn down is a heart wrenching story, and we can only hope they are taken care of with a substantial plan! Just in case you were overwhelmed with all the great information we provided about having a Disaster Recovery Plan, we’ll jog your memory with a quick recap of our previously written blog . A Quick Checklist Here are a few important steps in developing your plan: