Frequently Asked Questions

Do organizations need a disaster recovery plan?

They do; unfortunately, many don’t release it until they experience an interruption in their operations. A component of the plan includes securing workforce recovery space prior to the moment it’s needed.

Does the Florida Business Continuity Center (FBCC) offer disaster recover plan development assistance?

Yes. The center has staff and resources to help organizations access their needs and craft an affective plan. Many organized are amazed in the massive number of details involved, and are relieved once they have a plan in place addressing everything they need to continue their businesses operations during times of trouble.

Why business continuity in Winter Haven, Florida?

For businesses operating in Florida, proximity to their offices, and to their staff’s homes and families, is important during times of disaster. Winter Haven is conveniently located inland in Central Florida, accessible by multiple roadways and airports from throughout the state.

What options are available to secure business continuity space?

Space and related workplace amenities are contracted by seat. Companies determine the number of staff that will need to be relocated, and secure access to those seats either as dedicated to their organization, or shared with other organizations as needed. Shared seats offer attractive pricing, and are accessed by declaring an emergency with the FBCC. Upon declaration, FBCC staff will assist with access and services needed.

What IT infrastructure is accessible, when a company’s staff is onsite?

Highly redundant data suites and services available to FBCC users include carrier-grade facilities with multiple onsite fiber providers, colocation, disaster recovery and Microsoft Exchange managed hosting services, with UPS and generator backup systems.