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Across the globe, organizations of all shapes and sizes are faced with unprecedented challenges. The current situation has caused us all to react quickly and decisively…from mandating work-from-home policies and restricting non-essential employee travel…to canceling large events and postponing business initiatives.
Of course, the most important thing is that we stay healthy and protect the health of everyone around us. But beyond a greater focus on maintaining the well being of employees, families, and customers, these changes have cast a spotlight on how prepared companies are for crises.
Given our current climate, it’s more important than ever to review how the backup and recovery of your Salesforce data fits into your business continuity plan.
How Backup and Recovery Fits into Your Business Continuity Plan
To set the stage, let’s take a quick look at what we mean by business continuity and why having a plan should be part of normal business practice.
In short, enterprises need the ability to respond rapidly to disruptions caused by factors that are out of their control. By preparing business continuity plans in anticipation of risks like those we face today, companies can minimize the resulting impact on their operations.
This strategy is designed to answer one primary question: What steps can we take today so we are able to return to business as usual as quickly as possible when the inevitable occurs? To answer this question, the plan needs to take into account the organization’s technology, but also looks more broadly at other factors such as people, processes, and communications.Read the rest of this entry!