Business continuity is all about preparing for the worst. Here are some things you should know and do to keep your business going-no matter what.
By Wayne Rash
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Practice your business continuity plan-if possible, once a year. This means setting up operations in your chosen remote location, with your employees present, phone lines moved and rental computers up and running.
Wayne Rash is a Senior Analyst for eWEEK Labs and runs the magazineÃÃÃs Washington Bureau. Prior to joining eWEEK as a Senior Writer on wireless technology, he was a Senior Contributing Editor and previously a Senior Analyst in the InfoWorld Test Center. He was also a reviewer for Federal Computer Week and Information Security Magazine. Previously, he ran the reviews and events departments at CMP's InternetWeek.
He is a retired naval officer, a former principal at American Management Systems and a long-time columnist for Byte Magazine. He is a regular contributor to Plane & Pilot Magazine and The Washington Post.