It’s not just your employees that are going to need to adapt to unusual circumstances, but your business processes as well. Remote working will pose new challenges to your daily operations, and outlining the ways you’ll respond to them will form the meat of a good continuity plan; identifying not just how people can work in different circumstances, but what the work will actually look like.

Keeping these processes, such as data storage and access functional, efficient, and crucially, compliant with any legislative requirements is one of the largest problems organisations face when planning for business continuity.
Business Planning looks at the nuts and bolts of business continuity. Your employees are equipped to work remotely; your data is available and secure: now what?