July 28, 2011: Mitigate Risk The IBM Way
- Published on Thursday, July 28, 2011
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DRJ's Informational Update For Thursday, July 28, 2011
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The start of a new era of Business Continuity Management as DRJ Forms a Strategic Alliance with the BCI
July 26, 2011, Washington DC - The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) has recently signed a landmark agreement with the Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ), which will strategically align the two business continuity management (BCM) leaders and expand the services and offerings to their members, readers and attendees. For the BCM Community, this is a very significant move as the alliance will mark the beginning of a relationship that will ensure continued global influence across industries and create a platform to broaden and deepen discussions and thought leadership in business continuity and related professions for a more secure and resilient society, domestically and internationally. Essentially, the BCI and DRJ will leverage each other's reach, internationally and domestically, to create an unparalleled knowledge platform supported by the brightest business continuity minds around the globe.
In association with this alliance, the BCI has been named as the Official BCM Education and Certification Partner of the DRJ and will be offering their Business Continuity Management (BCM) training courses at DRJ's Fall World 2011. Take advantage of their globally recognized Good Practice Guidelines 2 Day Rapid Review Course and Exam to become certified by the BCI - ALL ONSITE... no need to leave the hotel! For more info email: email@example.com