Does Your Small Business Have A Disaster Recovery Plan?Posted by: Damon Webster | Posted on: October 8, 2019
The recent Superstorm Sandy caused the loss of billions of dollars in revenue for New York tri-state area businesses. But the impact was felt across the country, as news reports got business owners thinking about their own disaster recovery plan. You can browse www.everesteffect.com/ to know more about the Disaster Recovery Plans.
As winter continues, business owners have to worry about hurricanes, blizzards, and floods. Small businesses should have a disaster recovery plan in place for a quick return to productivity and minimize the profit and loss in the days and weeks that followed the natural disaster. The recovery plan should include:
– Three back-up mission-critical data, with remote access to a set of files (in case you cannot get to your office)
– IT staff with technical knowledge to take their back-up, if necessary
– Emergency plans for employees to work from home or elsewhere
– An office inventory, stored away, so you can apply for fast, accurate insurance claims and recover losses quick treasures
– Means for contacting clients, vendors and other people you do business with to keep them informed of the situation
Your Virtual Bookkeeping, Accounting for Your Disaster Recovery Plan Made Easy
When you hire a part-time virtual bookkeeping and financial controller, keeping your books via a remote hosted, cloud-based software, disaster recovery plan for your financial records and personnel easier.
Likewise, your virtual bookkeeping and working part-time financial controller remotely., In separate offices. If something happens to their offices, they will only work in other places, to access your financial data over the Internet just as they would in their home office.