The definition of BCP and DR have been changing over a period of time.

Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) are often used in a single sentence so often that people often begin to forget that there is a difference between the two.

In the simplest form, BCP refers to plans about how a business should plan for continuing in case of a disaster. DR refers to how the IT (information technology) should recover in the event of a disaster.

If you think practically, a BCP is a plan that allows a business to plan in advance what it needs to do to ensure that its key products and services continue to be delivered in case of a disaster, while a DR allows a business to plan what needs to be done immediately after a disaster to recover from the event. So, a BCP tells your business the steps to be taken to continue its key product and services, while a DR tells your business the steps to be taken to recover post an incident.

1. Planning to continue your business operations and
2. Planning to recover from disaster situations

Adam Centerprise is perfectly placed to be able to work with you on both of these scenarios – from providing facilities to keep your business running through to consultancy to help you build your BC plan to suite your business.

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Chris Meering

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