While there isn't much in the way of natural disasters in Michigan, we do get blizzards that can knock out power, even in the middle of the town, for a week or more. Not only can snow or electrical storms damage your computers, the life-blood of your business, but fires or floods can bring your business to a screeching halt. Do you have a disaster or business continuity plan in place? Do you, your employees & vendors know your plans?
Over the next several months, we will walk you through putting a disaster recovery plan in place. Even the busiest small business owner should be able to have at least a draft of a plan in place by the end of our series. It will cover everything from physical locations to insurance to getting back on your feet & in business.
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- Disaster Planning – Protect Your Data
- Disaster Planning - A Well-Written Game Plan
- Disaster Planning - What to Consider First?
- Disaster Planning - How To Pay For It?
We look forward to planning with you!
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