We have acquired much expertise in designing and setting up business continuity, emergency coordination and gathering sites.
“If you don’t have access to your building for a long period of time, where will you go to maintain your operations? »
A major incident or crisis may require relocation of operations to other internal or sometimes external sites for a short or long period of time. This alternate site must be far enough away from the main site so as not to be impacted by the current situation and not be exposed to the same risks. It must be sufficiently robust. The robustness of a business continuity site is defined by the choice of location, the technological level of equipment that can be installed there and the quality of the public infrastructure that serves it. Accessibility remains an important consideration for your employees and external partners.
Telework may in some cases be an attractive option for administrative activities, but there are limitations to this approach. For example, in the event of ice storm, severe weather or a major power outage, all teleworking employees could lose power or Internet access. In such a situation, how would you maintain operations? We must avoid limiting ourselves to a single approach.
We will help you set up a consolidation, business continuity, disaster recovery or emergency coordination site based on best practices and recognized standards in the field, always taking into account your context and reality.
If you already have a consolidation, business continuity, disaster recovery or emergency coordination site and just want to make sure it is functional and ready when needed, we can help you achieve that goal.