Three decades ago, the notion of hiring specialists in information technology was virtually unheard of. Nowadays, the majority of businesses are digitally operated, which means technology specialists are a must, especially given the huge increase in different types of security breaches.
Devising your business continuity plan can be complex. The whole process of discovering which are your business’s critical assets may feel like unravelling a knotted ball of yarn. In other words, it can be a tricky and time consuming process. But what if there was a way to speed up the ordeal? If you know where to look, and consider the fundamental elements of a business continuity plan, it’s possible.
Have you just started mapping out your business continuity plan but are having difficulty determining your company’s critical assets? Maybe Jane from IT believes your firewall is crucial, but Don from accounting assures you the company’s financial records take precedence.
You’ve been putting that business continuity plan off for months now, but you’ve finally decided to go through with it. You start by talking to members of your staff, partners and service providers. And it doesn’t take long to see that everyone has a different opinion about what to recover first when disaster strikes.
MORGAN CONSULTANTS SELECTS PROVIDYN
FOR MANAGED SERVICES AND COMPLIANCE EXPERTISE
Consulting firm benefits from ProviDyn®’s compliance expertise and day-to-day IT support
Atlanta, GA – May 31, 2012 - ProviDyn, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses, announced today it has been selected by Morgan Consultants to provide managed services and ensure data security and compliance.
What are the key technology lessons that small and mid-sized businesses can learn from large enterprises? Be proactive. Be prepared. Take security concerns seriously. Always watch for ways to cut costs. That just might sum up the advice that enterprise-grade IT shops would give smaller businesses about how to avoid costly IT mistakes.