December 7, 2011: 5 Things You Need to Know about Disaster Recovery Planning
- Published on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 16:15
- Written by Mike McClain, Web Editor
Informational Update For December 7, 2011
5 Things You Need to Know about Disaster Recovery Planning
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Many organisations are unaware of the negative impacts that the 2012 Olympic Games, and the large influx of foreign visitors that come along with the event, can have on UK-based businesses. With less than 300 days left until the games, the government is strongly urging organisations to reassess their business continuity policies. Maintaining resiliency during large events can be difficult, but gaining a firm understanding on what the risks are is the first step to successfully minimizing disruptions.
Join Send Word Now and our featured speaker, Justin Crump, CEO of Sibylline Ltd and Editor, CSARN Security Risk Monitor, to learn about:
The real nature of the security threats from the London 2012 Olympics
What every business continuity planner and security professional should know about preparing for a large-scale event
How the UK plans to mitigate risks
Why effective communications should play a critical role in your preparedness plan
Severe Winter Weather & Your Business Continuity Plans
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST (REGISTER NOW!)
TAMP Systems will present ideas on how to deal with Severe Winter Weather and your Business Continuity Plans (BCP).
Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. When creating a Business Continuity Plan (BCP), a business is creating a document that helps plan to react to the result of a disaster and in the process hopes to minimize the losses to the business.
How's it working? Measuring Your Social Media Success
Thursday, December 15, 2011 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST (REGISTER NOW!)
In our last of the Social Media series, we will explore your Social Media successes and failures. What is your measure of success? How will you know when you "have arrived?" How do you know if what you are doing is delivering the type of results that you want? And that assumes of course that you know the answer to that question!
Is this session we will explore social media success...what it is and how you measure it. We will look at tools to help you gauge your success and determine what tools might be best for your type of business.