The need for business continuity is no less acute for small to medium-size businesses than for a Fortune 500 corporation. Faced with constrained IT budgets and limited resources, your organization can benefit from cloud-based business continuity by:
- Better protecting your core data and applications via a fully redundant virtualized infrastructure
- Enabling your employees to work remotely during a service interruption
- Accessing a scalable, pay-as-you-go cloud architecture that eliminates upfront capital expense
- Developing procedures that can survive any business disruption
So how does a company put a business continuity plan in place? Here are 10 key components of preparing, implementing, and executing a business continuity plan in the cloud.