Considering that 30 per cent of companies with 50 or fewer employees have no disaster recovery plan, how does your organisation plan to cope in the event of a power outage?


pex_nuc_powerstationThe press and media are reporting a great deal about how the National Grid has allowed power reserves to fall to their lowest in recent years this winter. With the closure of older coal power stations outpacing the introduction of greener power supplies, the extremely low reserve is placing a number of organisations in a very precarious predicament.

If your organisation relies on continuous power supplies, the chances of blackouts this winter are extremely high and if you don’t have a disaster recovery plan in place, shentongroup has produced a whitepaper detailing exactly how to create a resilient strategy.

pexels-photo-157827The free guide provides an overview of the risks to business continuity, how to plan for disaster recovery, what the aims and objectives of disaster recovery might entail, creating your disaster recovery plan, structuring your emergency response team and working with the media. The whitepaper guides you through the entire process and provides a set of templates that can be easily adapted to suit your particular organisation. Even if you do have a disaster recovery plan in place, we think that you’ll certainly find elements of this whitepaper useful and interesting.

Get your copy of “Disaster Recovery Planning – how to create a resilient strategy” here!