suggested this on April 30, 2012 01:23 PM
I think an article on a number of tips on how to be an be effective at BCP.
I'm not sure I understand the point of view for this. The IT Service PRovider / MSP is going to recommend, implement and maintain a good BCP for their client; at least from the technical perspective.
There could be non-IT functions such as a communication plan if people can't get to work. Like we had during the Thailand floods - every few days we'd reassess the situation, and make sure everyone was prepared - and we were prepared to keep working in a chanced situation.
What would some examples of these tips be?
Some tips include:
- Train your employees to ensure they know their roles and how the plan will be implemented during a disaster.
- Establish communication channels, so employees will be able to communicate during times of crisis.
- Review your plan and update for changes in technology, environment.
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