Most businesses struggle with the concept and actuality of disaster workplace recovery (DWR). After all, it's not easy to decide how many business-critical people you need to re-house or how many, given the prevalence of residential broadband and flexible working, can work from home. However, in the event of a crisis, only businesses used to remote working will find this type of solution viable.
For the majority, a denial of access to their office, regardless of how it comes about or whether it
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