Even if you stick religiously to traditional ‘9 to 5’ hours, your customers almost certainly have other ideas. Whether it’s to browse your website, place an order or simply to leave a message, customers tend to expect 24-hour service, and if you’re unreachable, they’re likely to head elsewhere. For e-commerce especially, the longer you’re offline, the more revenue you will leak.
No matter how vigilant you are, you can never completely eliminate the risk of a serious business interruption. At heart, business continuity planning involves recognising this fact - and making sure you know how to respond if disaster strikes.
Mid-2015 saw the unveiling of Apple’s latest versions of the MacBook Pro. Offering ‘retina display and lightning fast performance, these new MacBooks were the slimmest and lightest in Apple’s range and promised to be ideal - both for working on-the-go and as a possible desktop replacement.