Ready in the face of uncertainty: Five actions for business

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Readiness is not just an idea, it is an approach that makes businesses more responsive and agile, even in the face of unforeseen events.

There is a great deal of uncertainty surrounding the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), which makes planning all the more important. Continuity planning can help businesses determine in advance the steps that may be needed to address the well-being of employees and maintain uninterrupted service to customers.

We’ve put together detail behind five key strategies your business can implement today to stay ready:

  • Prepare your network for a large scale remote workforce
  • Implement technology that enables remote collaboration
  • Prioritize and develop a critical infrastructure plan
  • Use tools to give customers confidence and access
  • Secure both physical and network access points

Find our detailed guidance here.

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