Most Aussies businesses haven't planned for the worst: study
A recent Telstra-funded study has found 52 per cent of Australian businesses haven't considered the development of a disaster plan, The Age reports.No business owner or manager wants to spend their time thinking about an impending disaster, but the article makes a good case for taking time out to plan ahead for worst-case scenarios.And with a multitude of natural disasters from fires to floods hitting the country SME owners are reminded they often have more to lose from the unexpected than larger, multi-site organisations.Hitachi Data Systems chief technologist Simon Elisha says the first step towards creating a disaster plan is to look at ways to ensure the longevity of the company; from this point it’s suggested businesses focus on a highly organised approach to backing-up data. Sounds good? Do you want to buy calendars ? Order 2023 Australian calendars here.
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