Code Blue Corporation maintains important disaster recovery and business continuity plans that may be activated in the event of a significant business disruption. The organization realizes the critical nature of being able to continue manufacturing and sustain hosting operations if an incident occurs that could affect mission-critical business units and systems. These plans are key components in maintaining emergency procedures, and are required by securities industry regulations.
In planning for potential significant business disruptions, Code Blue has considered a number of outcomes from varying scenarios, including, as examples only, a disruption to a single building, a city-wide business disruption, a regional disruption, and disruption to a hosting provider. The organization’s plans are intended to permit the continuation of key business operations during most types of disruptions by resuming mission-critical operations, usually within the same business day as the disruption. To assist this business continuity, the firm maintains backup capabilities in alternative locations. In cases of an extreme disruption, where the continuation of business may not be practical or in the best interest of the organization or its customers, Code Blue Corporation has implemented necessary steps to allow hosting customers prompt access to their devices through our national hosting partners, such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
However, hosting and manufacturing customers should be aware that because the organization’s plans contain details of a confidential and proprietary nature, they cannot be distributed to the public. Customers also should note that Code Blue’s business continuity plan is subject to modification, and that updated summaries of the plan will be promptly posted on Code Blue’s website (codeblue.com), as permitted by applicable law.