Business Continuity Planning

Due to the economic crisis we’ve all suddenly been plunged into, many businesses didn’t make it.

For those that did, I have one question; Did you make it through because you had a plan in place, or did you make it through by the skin of your teeth?

Business Continuity Planning is vital to the continuation of your business, and now that you have come through it, make that plan! Create your Continuity plan with what you have learned!

What is Business Continuity?
A business continuity plan is a plan for what you will do if a disaster strikes. It can be as big as COVID-19 or a fire in your office to as small as a server crash.

Why do I need a plan?
The ones that have a plan, know how to respond when a major, business effecting event happens. Those who fail to plan can end up out of business before they even have time to react!

How do I go about planning?
Download this form as a good start; Business Continuity Planning Template Excel File

But also, get in touch with your IT department or vendor, your accounting person, your operations people and get their input. They may already have plans in place for you or that can affect you.

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Greg Durnan is the Owner/President of AcaciaIT and very active in the business community of Southern Arizona. One of the founding members of the Greater Vail Area Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce he is very concerned about the needs of businesses in Arizona. He also strives to educate clients on Computer and Network Security through Lunch and Learns, articles, and webinars.

On the weekends he enjoys spending time with his wife and son at their ranch in Vail and working with horses.