When disaster strikes, you want to be ready for it. The best way to do so is to minimize the chances you’ll be hit by a crisis in the first place. But what does that mean, exactly?
A disaster comes in many forms. Maybe a rogue employee decided it would be fun to bring your IT infrastructure crashing down around your ears. Maybe a faulty piece of equipment caused a catastrophic fire. Maybe mother nature just arbitrarily decided that it hates you.