The COVID-19 pandemic hit businesses like a fast-moving hurricane. In a short period of time, organizations had to completely redefine themselves and set people up to work from home. This has had a profound impact on the way companies run, as the definition of business continuity has been redefined. Historically, business continuity plans have revolved around keeping an organization running temporarily with a minimal set of services and people. Today, because of the pandemic, it’s been redefined as running the entire organization, fully staffed, for an indefinite period of time.