The biggest hurdle many businesses face when it comes to implementing a disaster recovery or business continuity plan is simply getting started.
Breaking things down into less formidable steps can simplify the process to get it completed more efficiently. You will have a solid basis from which to begin.
The most important resource for any business to consider is its people. Property can be replaced,people cannot.Be sure to have a viable evacuation plan to ensure the safety of all employees before starting anything else.
Consider that a major disaster to your business may very well have a serious impact on the personal lives of your employees. Plan on and account for the fact that your employees may have to tend to personal issues during a disaster and may not be available to assist in recovering the business.
Think about the people first and foremost.