Business Continuity Planning
Phase 1: Completing Plans - IUB: 91.09% 382 plans; IUPUI: 70.9% 233 plans
When you complete your plan, go to IU READY -> PLAN HOME; Click on "Sign-off" button to mark your plan COMPLETE.
"Your efforts, along with those of your fellow staff, are making IU a better- prepared institution in the face of potential emergencies"
– John Applegate
EVP for University Regional Affairs, Planning, & Policy.
Read more about executive level support for Business Continuity at IU.
Business Continuity Planning is the practice of planning how you will run your service or business unit processes when normal operating procedures are not possible. If you do not have access to computers, how will you continue processing your business information? In addition, once computers are restored, how will you bring the system to a current status?
The first step in creating a solid Business Continuity Plan for any service would be to define all of the business processes and their dependencies on system and human resources. A general guide is available to assist you with the questions that need to be answered to better prepare you for an IT disaster or a localized incident in your workspace.
All University departments should develop a Business Continuity Plan for their business processes.
How we can help
Our charge in the Business Continuity Program is to assist you in developing your plan by:
- Providing a web accessible tool for creating, storing & maintaining plan(s)
- Being ready and available to advise and direct every phase of the BCP development process necessary
- Providing resources to assist with each phase
- Providing system-wide answers to common problems or questions
- Assisting with BCP testing; maintenance & best practice resources
Please do not hesitate to contact IU Emergency Management and Continuity as the need ari