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Business continuity planning is the management process of creating systems of prevention and recovery.
Business continuity planning definition
Business continuity planning is the management process of creating systems of prevention and recovery. It provides a strategic and operational framework which ensures the company is able to withstand any disruption, interruption or loss to normal business functions or operations.
Business continuity planning contains sets of documents, instructions and procedures which enable a business to respond to accidents, emergencies and threats without any discontinuation in its key operations.
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