Artificial Intelligence - March 25 2020
The unprecedented events of the past few weeks have put a spotlight on business continuity. The recent uncertainty and rapid shift in our work and daily lives are a strong reminder that all companies need to have a business continuity plan in place, tested and ready to be deployed at a moment’s notice. Business continuity plans tend to include contingency efforts in the event of a natural disaster such as flooding and fire that prevent staff from entering a place of business, cyber attacks, an infrastructure outage or for more extreme cases a pandemic. As with any business continuity plan it needs to cover three critical elements: resilience, recovery and contingency.