Informational Update For April 11, 2012
Don't You Wish You Could Effectively Communicate To Everyone In An Emergency?
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM PDT (REGISTER NOW!)
In this webinar, you'll hear from Deneen Stone, Application Support Supervisor from Denver International Airport. She'll discuss how DIA uses a relevance engine from xMatters to send over 14,000 notifications in just seconds, instantly notifying crew members in times of severe weather, snow removal and more.
Register for DRJ's Virtual World '12!
Disaster Recovery Journal has an exciting FREE educational opportunity for you! DRJ's Virtual World '12, is a virtual tradeshow that will highlight product and educational offerings from Disaster Recovery Journal's Spring World 2012 and Fall World 2012 show.
This event includes exclusive access to presentations, exhibitor information and networking with other attendees. This is the one place to find all the information from the conferences, plus even more reference and educational items. Industry white papers and other materials will also be available.
DRJ's Virtual World '12 features a highly interactive format, allowing virtual attendees to view sessions, participate in question and answer sessions, chat with other attendees and see and hear from onsite exhibitors.
This is a groundbreaking format that allows all the benefits of the conference to be gained in the comfort of your own office.
Standard information is available at NO COST for attendees. Premium registrations are available for the low cost of $99. Premium membership allows attendees to view additional presentations and access additional information at the virtual conference.
12 Best Practices for Data Backup and Recovery
Sponsored by EVAULT
This whitepaper covers the 12 Best Practices your company needs to know when choosing a data backup and recovery solution including security, reliability, compliance and more. Consider this your checklist when reviewing your current solution or when you are researching options.
An Update on TC 223 and ISO 22301
There are numerous articles and conversations currently taking place regarding ISO 22301 and ISO Technical Committee (TC) 223 in general - some based on fact, but many based on assumption and rumor. So, what's the real story on ISO 22301 and the work being performed related to societal security?