What do you do if there’s a national emergency and you can't get to the office? What about a flood or a fire? What if you're just stuck home with a sick child?
There’s no end to the way things can go wrong. You need to plan, not panic. That's the idea behind business continuity. When plan A isn’t an option, you better have plan B. And even C and D for that matter.
One of the standard pieces of a good business continuity plan is a work-from-home contingency. To make that piece of your business continuity a little easier, we’ve developed a list of the Top 10 Work-From-Home Tools. This two page document explains everything you might need to get your office work done, from teleconferencing and remote document collaboration to advanced topics like virtual networks and full-blown virtual computers.
In this Quick Bytes video, Joe Justice explains what a Business Continuity Plan is and how to get started with yours. Be sure to LIKE and SHARE the video with someone that will find it helpful. And if you have questions or feedback, ask in the Comment section of the video on our Facebook page!