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Coronavirus: Focus on recovery and continuity planning

These events reinforce the need for good disaster recovery and business continuity planning so businesses can keep operations rolling as their premises, systems or staff become unavailable. 

18th Mar 2020
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Coronavirus COVID-19

CONTENTS
Introduction
Crisis management 
Remote working
Business continuity planning
Online resources

Introduction

Over the years, AccountingWEB has reported on how blizzards, floods and other disasters have disrupted normal business operations. In 2020, the scale of these experiences was dwarfed by the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Knowing what to do in an emergency should be an essential element of any business plan. To help accountants cope in the current circumstances, we have updated this guide to point to articles and resources offering some practical help. Some of them go back several years, but we make no apology as the principles behind this approach remain the same whatever the situation. If you haven’t yet got a business continuity plan in place, the following articles would be a good place to start.

Crisis management

​Remote working

Business continuity planning

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Online resources

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