Jeanne DeWitt: Go Beyond Data Backup with Business Continuity Planning

Jeanne DeWitt discusses the steps you should take to ensure that your business can remain operational during a disaster, a practice commonly known as business continuity planning (BCP). In light of the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma, we thought it wise to rerun this popular episode where you’ll learn about 5 components of your BCP.
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About Jeanne DeWitt

Jeanne DeWittJeanne DeWitt, host of Technology Times: Insider Tips for Your Business, and David Hood, started Computer Programming Unlimited, Inc. in 1986 to solve computer problems for small and mid-sized businesses in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

Over the years, they have developed a unique company model making IT Hassle-Free and Budget Friendly, deviating from the typical “Break Fix” type computer company where it is standard to wait for something to break and then send out a technician to fix it, basically profiting from your IT failure.  Instead, they have made their success on preventing computer problems from ever happening, virtually eliminating downtime and lost productivity.  To do this they have invested in a myriad of tools, processes and certifications that allow them to provide you with affordable solutions and the type of care that Fortune 500 companies have internally.

Computer Programming Unlimited has expertise in many areas including Cloud Services, Backup and Disaster Recovery, Email and SPAM protection, Managed Firewalls, VoIP, Application and Database Development and Website Design.

Watch Jeanne’s episodes of Technology Times: Insider Tips for Your Business.

  1. Jeanne, thanks for the outstanding information and insight about business continuity planning. We often forget about some of the important considerations, like having a customer communication system in place, when crafting our disaster plans. The five tips you offered are excellent…made me think! Looking forward to your next show.

  2. Great tips on Business Continuity Planning. I’ve seen someone lose everything in a fire and had no plan in place in the event that happened. It was not a good situation and this is super important.

  3. This is an excellent topic, something that we rarely think about. I have so many files that having them backed up is something that I’ve already done, but having another location and making sure staff is educated on what to do in the event of a disaster is something I never thought about before. Wonderful show!!!

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