If any of you have been struggling with the daunting task of trying to put together a home-office recovery plan, or have just been thinking about it, then boy, do I have the book for you!
The Home Office Recovery Plan: the Disaster Preparedness Guide for Your Home Business, written by Patty Gale and Diana Ennen takes you through the process of setting up your own disaster recovery plan in an easy to do, step-by-step manner that is so simple, you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of it yourself.
The book is set up in workbook format so that you can easily work through the process of protecting important information regarding your home and business, add pages and keep it updated as your business grows and changes. Covering areas such as “Why a Disaster Recovery Plan?” “Supply and Equipment Inventory,” Business Continuity Plan,” and even chapters regarding emergency contacts, your personal belongings, your family, etc., this book will take you through the step-by-step process of setting up the plan that is right for your particular situation, giving you peace of mind in the knowledge that if something happened to destroy your home or interrupt your business in any way, you would have everything in place to get it all back up and running quickly and efficiently, with minimal loss.
If you have a home-based business, this book is a “must have” for your office. Whether you are an individual who knows the necessity of a disaster recovery plan and just hasn’t put one in place yet, or are someone who has never thought about the process at all, this book is for you.
To find out more about how you can quickly and easily safeguard important information and important details about your business and home office – and how to order the book, visit http://www.HomeOfficeRecoveryPlan.com. You’ll be glad you did!
Latest posts by Terry Green (see all)
- How Do Your Link Previews Look in Facebook? - July 27, 2017
- When Life Gets In The Way How Do You Handle Business? - July 25, 2017
- Do You Really Know What Your Visitors Do On Your Website? - July 20, 2017