In this video, learn some examples of redundancy plans, use cases, and why they are important for your business.
Sunshine: Does your business have a backup plan?
Crystal: Welcome to The Love of Business. I’m Crystal.
Sunshine: And I’m Sunshine. Let’s get to it.
All right, backup plans. Like Plan A didn’t work. Plan B. I thought you were always supposed to go with Plan A. Like where does this B come in?
Crystal: Well, the B comes in if Plan A isn’t working for some reason.
Sunshine: All right. Well, what does that look like? I mean, redundancy plan?
Crystal: So, a backup plan or a redundancy plan are the same thing. And let me give you some examples.
Crystal: Backup plans are important because it ensures that the operation of your business continues no matter if there’s a glitch thrown in. So, a couple examples could be literally the electricity going out and you having a backup generator so you could still service customers.
Another example would be cross training your employees on each other’s work so that if one is out sick or leaves, that work can still get done. And it can be even as simple as backing up your technology and your computers.
Sunshine: Well, that doesn’t sound too hard, does it?
Crystal: Not at all.
Sunshine: What’s your number one takeaway from today’s video? Leave a comment and thanks for watching.
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