Informational Update For April 3, 2012
Need help selecting a notification system?
Evaluating incident notification systems and providers doesn't have to be laborious, overwhelming, or fraught with perils when you know the right questions to ask.
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Leverage the top 10 questions to evaluate vendors
Quickly cut through sales pitches and marketing noise
Get to each system's fundamentals
Evaluate how each will fit within your organization
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Webcast: Best Practices for Emergency Notification Featuring The Private Bank & Trust Company
Thursday April 5, 2012 at 2 pm ET
Join special guest, Jeneen Townsend, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery, Associate Managing Director at The Private Bank & Trust Company, as she shares lessons learned during emergencies and how they use their notification system to prepare their members for such incidents.
You will learn:
Notification process best practices of The Private Bank
How to train your staff on what to expect during an emergency
The importance of updating personnel data
How to improve adoption by mapping communications to your organizational structure
Why the Cloud is Changing the Face of Disaster Recovery
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
According to a recent survey, over the next twelve months, upgrading disaster recovery (DR) capability is a top technology priority for sixty percent of companies. If upgrading DR resonates with your company, you need to consider how you can leverage the cloud to achieve faster recovery times and real cost savings.
In this live webcast, Janson Hoambrecker, EVault Director of WW Cloud Incubation Services, will lead a discussion focusing on:
Identifying the benefits of DR in the cloud
How technology is driving adoption
What to look for in a vendor
What is social media risk monitoring?
How to make cloud DR a reality for your company
About Our Speaker
Janson is an industry expert on Cloud-based Disaster Recovery. He was the architect and product manager for the first commercially available EVault Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) cloud offering. Early in his career, Janson focused on Citrix, networking and VMware technologies, making him perfectly suited for developing EVault cloud-based service applications.