When a disaster strikes, who should your business turn to?
A burst water pipe; office fire; IT breach; terrorist attack; perhaps even a global pandemic. All of these are disasters that most of us don’t want to consider as we get on with our day-to-day business. But don’t be fooled into thinking that they’ll never happen to you. If 2020 has taught organisations around the world anything, it’s that preparing for the worst is a prudent course of action.
In the hours and days immediately following a disaster, some of the basic actions may be self-explanatory. If you discover a fire, you’ll no doubt know to call 999. And if a leak begins to flood your office, tracking down a plumber to come and fix the pipes is a relatively easy task.
But what about when your IT systems and infrastructure come under threat?