Fall World 2010 Sessions
- Published on May 16, 2010
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
In business continuity, managing a variety of teams and personnel is essential. And, now practitioners face ways to get multiple generations to work together in a cohesive way.
IT risk managers often feel they have limited impact because of the way their organizations frame their work. Learn how to take charge of the risk conversation and create valuable business benefits.
Hear how a real life event changed a response plan. The Station Fire, is now the largest fire in the recorded history of the Angeles National Forest. Learn about the response and the company behind it.
Learn how to demonstrate the inherent value of strong business continuity practices within an organization. In today's challenging economic climate the value of business continuity planning is often misunderstood.