Disaster Recovery Plan
Disasters have become an inevitable part of businesses and organizations as well. They not only have a major effect on business and organizational continuity; they also result to an overhaul in organizational operational mechanisms (Awasthy, 2009). It is for this reason that many organizations and business resort to preparing business continuity plans and disaster recovery plans that will facilitate better disaster management in future. Effective disaster recovery plans are important to every business and organization (Thejendra, 2008).
This is a disaster recovery plan is prepared for Bain & Company. This plan establishes goals, objectives and programs for the handling threats and natural disasters. The plan will provide a framework for recovery by anticipating future threats and disasters within or around the organization. It will be aimed at considering the security and protection of the business staff and its clients. It will also ensure that there is a reduced amount of business intermission that disasters are usually associated with. Examples of disasters that may occur within the business are: natural disasters such as tsunamis, hurricanes, earthquakes, among others; terrorist threats, bomb attacks, strikes and civil riots, fires, among others (Thejendra, 2008). Bain & Company
Bain & Company is a business consulting firm that works with many executives from different organizations to assist and aid them in making proficient decisions, actualize these decisions and enhance business sustainability. Its main objectives include enhancing business ideas into viable actions; to have a paradigm shift in business management and enhance innovations and technologies into business operations. With over 48 offices in 31 countries worldwide, it is a global entity with an edge over the rest. Disaster Recovery Plan for Bain & Company
The Disaster Recovery Plan that will give reference of how disaster recovery will be done, the responsibilities of each actor, and recovery measures that will be taken in case of occurrence of disasters. The plan will also include the safety measures or proposals for better safety techniques (Menken and Blokdjik, 2010). Confidentiality Statement
This document will remain the property of Bain & Company and shall not be duplicated or given out under any circumstance; reliant on the fact that the type of information in the plan is endemic to Bain & Company. Document Distribution
Every member of the management and planning team will keep copies of the manual plan. Distribution will be kept in track by the Disaster Management Board of Bain & Company. Plan Objectives
• To ensure that the safety and protection of all the employees and customers of the firm is enhanced in case of disasters • To ensure that business continuity of Bain & Company is enhanced without much intermission. • To ensure that information is well handled and controlled during the disaster recovery process. • To consider alternative courses of action that will be used in the worst case scenario. Recovery Strategies
These are the measures that Bain & Company should implement in order to enhance business continuity and avoid rapid losses (Thejendra, 2008). It should have a computing system of business and firm records. This will ensure that data backup is enhanced and therefore during disasters business records of Bain & Company still available. This will ensure that the business operations continue to run effectively.
The firm should also consider establishing an external facility that will house them in case the building they were housed in previously is destroyed. This will also ensure that the operations of Bain & Company continue to run smoothly without breaks (Thejendra, 2008).
The management of Bain & Company should ensure that the firm runs under insurance. Insuring the firm’s activities will...
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