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Should employees make all the decisions in a moment of crisis? That’s the first of four common BC misconceptions that can cause confusion and limit effectiveness for anyone considering implementing business continuity for the first time according to Jeff Keyes, Vice President of Product at Putora.

In this article from Continuity, Keyes discusses the importance of all businesses to have business continuity plans in place to help restart their business operations quickly through a systematic plan of prevention and recovery.

Continue reading here to learn about the four common business continuity misconceptions.

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