Is your business prepared for an emergency or disaster?
To prevent the spread of the virus, many businesses are having their employees work from home: This doesn’t come without risk!

  • What should you do in case of an emergency?
  • How to prepare and plan your business to face disaster?
  • What is Business Continuity?
  • This video explains how implementing a disaster recovery strategy allows an organization to quickly maintain or resume critical functions after an interruption and how to work remotely securely.
    Whether it is a natural disaster, such as an ice storm, or a serious accident in an industrial installation, a pandemic …any business may one day have to face unforeseen events likely to disrupt its operation.
    Entrepreneurs, small business owners, and large business leaders need to be concerned with their business continuity plans.

    Why you should be concerned too?

    Because the risks of business interruption are everywhere and multiply as technologies and interdependencies between industries evolve.
    Basically, planning for business continuity is preparing for the worst. It’s about developing an emergency procedure – something that some business owners sometimes overlook.


    It is difficult to anticipate the pitfalls that you may have to overcome, but it is a good exercise to do to prepare for an effective and targeted response to an incident. Of course, you must also take into account the particular aspects of your business. Indeed, creating a business continuity plan for your small business will require taking a different approach from that which you would favor for a large business. Think about the resources you have and how you can best use them if a sudden event threatens to cripple your business

    About Derrick Dawson:

    Derrick is a technology advocate with more than 15 years of Information Technology experience.

    He has served as a technology executive in the Financial Service industry for over a decade. As an executive and business owner, he has worked on projects and initiatives in Cybersecurity, Information Security, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and many other areas.

    He is currently the Managing Director of DnD Technology Services, an IT and IT Security services company.

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