July 5, 2011: Preparing For the Unexpected: The Trigger Events for Systemic Failure
- Published on July 5, 2011
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
DRJ's Informational Update For Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Preparing For the Unexpected: The Trigger Events for Systemic Failure
Join us for a Webinar on July 19
This topic outlines the situation, complications and solutions to help leaders ensure the continuity of business operations in the face of unprecedented risks. The hypothesis is that a convergence of many long wave cycles is increasing the probability and impact of large scale disasters such as the incident in Japan. Surviving and thriving amidst these threats requires an enterprise resiliency plan that encompasses all internal functions, suppliers, and enterprise eco-system touch points. Are you prepared?
The Changing Face of Disaster Recovery
Live Webcast Series Begins July 12th
Unpredictable weather, natural disasters or man-made accidents create potential disasters that are just waiting to strike. You can*t afford to be caught off guard and without a plan. Join us for this free webcast series where disaster recovery experts will discuss important and unique ways to help you manage an effective disaster recovery planning process. Don't miss his informative live webcast series where we will explore timely topics like managing DR in multi-platform environments, planning with virtualization, DR and the Cloud and exploring the real cost of down-time. Register Today!