A Business Continuity Plan is of little value unless it is regularly tested. Karstens Continuity offers flexible business continuity testing arrangements  to meet your needs.

Karstens Continuity has a range of flexible emergency office solutions in the Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland CBDs to accommodate your staff during an extended unavailability of your office facilities. You have a selection of up to 85 rooms that can be configured to meet your specific requirements – ranging from small offices to very large conference rooms.

In addition, Karstens Continuity has a number of computer rooms configured with state of the art PCs, video facilities, phones and high-speed Internet access.

  • Have you invested in the development of a business continuity plan, but do not have access to emergency office accommodation?
  • You may have secured a Cloud computing solution for your IT disaster recovery needs – but have yet to secure emergency office accommodation?
  • Finding that it is prohibitively costly to reserve emergency office accommodation facilities?

Karstens’s Business Continuity Services are offered through our partner Continuity Matters. Services offered:

  • Reservation of workplace recovery offices in the event of a disaster or other extended outage.
  • Opportunity to remain in the emergency office facilities for extended periods.
  • Attractive reservation rates.
  • Access to a wide variety of rooms, with or without computers, all with high speed fibre access  to the internet.
  • Ability to run annual disaster recovery tests.
  • On and off­site rehearsal, training and testing of your Business Continuity Plan
  • Business Plan development – from guided workshops to help you develop your own plan,  through to a full service where we develop the plan from scratch for you.

For more information, please click here to be take to the Continuity Matters website. Alternatively, email info@continuitymatters.com.au or call us on +61 (0)3 9016 9036.

Special requirements for the finance industry (APRA regulated entities)

Guide to developing a Business Continuity Plan

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