- Practise your plan on a regular basis.
It is the best way of determining deficiencies. Test it using “what if?” scenarios. Although a disaster may strike at any time, foresight will minimise the damage. “Prevention is better than cure” holds very true regarding disaster recovery.
Prevention and preparation are the biggest, and most important, parts of an effective Business Continuity strategy. You will avoid many disasters and minimise the effects of others by having a comprehensive BCM plan.
….and of course, you do document all your procedures — don’t you? Contact me if you need assistance in this area.
Terence CAVB (Certified Australian Virtual Business)
Principal, Cyberspace Virtual Services, Western Australia
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