Oracle’s approach to business continuity management
According to a recent statement of the American multinational computer technology corporation Oracle, the company takes an impact-based approach to business continuity management by designing preparedness and response plans that address the availability of our workforce, workplaces, technologies, and critical interdependencies.
Oracle continues to meeting its service level agreements for cloud services. “We’ve designed our 2nd Generation Cloud Infrastructure and industry-leading SaaS applications for maximum availability and resilience. We also have a robust capacity management process to provide cloud service scalability. At this time, we do not expect any disruption to cloud service availability due to the COVID-19 virus,” the statement adds.
“Oracle’s leadership team is meeting continuously to assess and appropriately respond to the crisis as it evolves, to adjust our operations to maintain continuity, and to support the safety and health of those impacted. In addition, Oracle is operating in accordance with guidance from local government and public health authorities across the globe. Of course, the health and welfare of both our employees and your employees remain a priority. We have put in place many virus-mitigating actions which result in a reduction of potential transmission. We have extensive online collaboration capabilities for our employees to communicate with each other and with you and suppliers.”