Business Continuity Blog
Agility Recovery’s business continuity blog provides tips, tricks, and insights from industry leaders to improve your company’s resilience strategies and contingency planning.
How 9/11 changed business continuity, emergency management, and how our nation responds to threats continues to evolve today.
When the unexpected strikes. call us. Our team delivered physical resources to six customers in July. From generators to restroom facilities, these resources helped businesses across the country stay open and defy downtime.
Going to the 2018 CUNA Conferences in San Francisco? So are we! If you’re anything like us, this list is everything you’re feeling.
FEMA recently released their 2017 After-Action Report on last year's hurricane season. The report reviews and evaluates their recovery operations in last year’s storm season, particularly in the historic hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Since the report is a little long we wanted to give you the highlights businesses need to know. These lessons will not only help you prepare your business for hurricane season, but also for any business interruption.
Agility Recovery Operations Report on Business Interruptions & Recoveries June 2018. Served 10 of our customers who experienced business interruptions.
Our new website is here! We wanted to create a business continuity website you can easily understand and get the resources you need.
Agility Recovery Operations Report on Business Interruptions & Recoveries May 2018. Served 5 of our customers who experienced business interruptions.
After 2017 decimated communities with hurricanes, fires and floods, having a business continuity plan is more important than ever. Here’s advice for creating one that works. Advertising Specialty Institute - How To Create A Business Continuity Plan
Throughout the month, we deployed recovery resources (declare) 6 times and were placed on standby (alert) 14 times. In the course of handling declares, our Operations Team distributed recovery resources to 6 different states in response to both planned and weather-related business interruptions.
The first quarter of 2018 brought a number of unique incidents and significant weather events causing business interruptions for our customers. Throughout the first three months of the year, our Operations Team responded to 112 separate business interruptions, of which 27 required us to deploy recovery resources (declares). These 112 events took place across 28 U.S. states and Canadian Territories.