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Faster disaster recovery : the business owner's guide to developing a business continuity plan / by Jennifer H. Elder and Samuel F. Elder

By: Elder, Jennifer H.
Contributor(s): Elder, Samuel F.
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2019Description: xii, 188 p. : ill ; electronic resource.ISBN: 9781119570967.Subject(s): Risk management | Business | Contingency plan | StrategyOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
Business disaster defined -- Why you need a plan -- Business continuity planning -- Step 1: obtain management support -- Step 2: assemble a planning team -- Step 3: collect data -- Step 4: evaluate operations -- Step 5: identify and evaluate risks -- Step 6: determine recovery strategies -- Step 7-10: create, communicate, test, and regularly update your written plan -- Insurance coverage -- Computer systems: disaster prevention and recovery -- Special disaster issues.
Summary: Offers a 10-step approach to establish a business disaster recovery contingency plan for both natural and man-made events. Advises there are many actions to take to reduce the impact of disasters, and provides thought-provoking questions to ensure you consider your specific business risks and situation.
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Business disaster defined -- Why you need a plan -- Business continuity planning -- Step 1: obtain management support -- Step 2: assemble a planning team -- Step 3: collect data -- Step 4: evaluate operations -- Step 5: identify and evaluate risks -- Step 6: determine recovery strategies -- Step 7-10: create, communicate, test, and regularly update your written plan -- Insurance coverage -- Computer systems: disaster prevention and recovery -- Special disaster issues.

Offers a 10-step approach to establish a business disaster recovery contingency plan for both natural and man-made events. Advises there are many actions to take to reduce the impact of disasters, and provides thought-provoking questions to ensure you consider your specific business risks and situation.

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