February 28, 2012: A Global Approach to Business Continuity
- Published on February 29, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Informational Update For February 28, 2012
Live Webinar: A Global Approach to Business Continuity
Natural disasters, storms, fires, utility outages, even the seasonal flu: These arejust some of the disruptions that can have an impact on business. To ensure business continuity under any circumstance, you need a well thought-out, continuallyupdated and tested plan. While most business continuity plans focus on keeping the datacenter up and running, it's just as important to ensure workforce continuity. Join this webinar to find out how to implement a comprehensive, global business continuity plan that includes both the datacenter itself and the business that depends on it.
Register to attend and learn how to:
Take a comprehensive approach to Business Continuity planning, management and testing
Leverage virtualization technologies and cloud-based applications to ensure continuity of operations
Handle both expected and unexpected business disruptions
Data Backup and Recovery Survey Results
Tuesday, March 13, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
The amount of information produced by your organization is growing at a blistering pace. You need to ask how this is affecting your backup and recovery process. Could you get back up and running in the event of a disaster or outage? Could you find what you need when you need it? Are other IT professionals experiencing the same pressures?
Gazopted - Social Media Risk & Crisis Management
Tuesday, March 20, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
The effort to manage a solid Social Media Risk Program can be time-consuming and challenging. As a result, a broad range of measurement and analytic tools have evolved to meet the needs of Social Media Risk Management. This webinar will provide an overview of current market trends, legal precedents, regulations, risks, liabilities, best practices, and case studies examples.
Are Your Employees Educated and Ready?
Posted by: Vicki Thomas
It might appear obvious but business continuity plans are not very useful if your team is not aware of them. You might be thinking this is a ridiculous statement - but it does happen. Business continuity plans get created and approved but the education, training and awareness is not done to ensure that everyone impacted is up-to-date.
Planning to Return to Business As Usual
Every organization must choose its own objectives, but if the goal of your organization's BCM program is assuring the ability to survive any disruption.
Call For Papers 2012
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