Because of COVID-19, businesses are constantly fighting to stay up and running. They need to make sure their business continuity plan stays intact. Before the pandemic, only 10% of businesses had cracked systems resilience and put into place the right technologies to ensure that they weren't slowed down by COVID-19.
Systems resilience is a system’s ability to operate during a major disruption or crisis with minimal impact on business operational processes. This means most companies were not ready when the pandemic hit. Now IT teams will have to work on creating a more sustained business continuity plan that has up to date prevention and recovery systems.