It’s all talk about #snow and #weatherwarnings today in Wales.
When the ‘Beast from the East’ colliding with storm ‘Emma’ in 2018 it was estimated to have cost the UK economy over £1 Billion per day. In terms of maintaining productivity, the unpredictable British weather can be particularly challenging for many businesses.
Bad weather can test a company’s infrastructure to breaking point, often wreaking havoc on corporate communications.
From broken phone lines to power cuts, a company’s hardwired communication systems are uniquely vulnerable to outside events.
That’s before considering the impact of heavy snow or storms on employee attendance, with the UK typically experiencing more 23 snow days each year. Flooding experienced across the UK in recent years has also given us all a reality check on our vulnerability.
Adverse Weather can cause 3 main problems:
We can ensure that your company’s telephony and IT system survive the storm and other seasonal disasters by
Don’t let the bad weather be a cost to your business.
Here at Team Metalogic, we have a number of resources to help you plan for these threats. Check out our latest documents
Contact us today to find out more about our IT support and start to improve your business continuity with TML Disaster Recovery plan.
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