Spring World 2013 speakers have insightful information about the industry as a whole, the future of BC, and their session at the upcoming conference. Read the full article to find out their views!

Disaster Recovery Journal: Your session at Spring World 2013 is titled “10 Simple, Easy, Cheap, Quickly Actionable Tips to Elevate Your BC Program.” Why is this session important to today’s business continuity professionals?

Cunningham: Budgets are tight and BC managers are eager to make their program better, particularly in light of recent impactful events like Superstorm Sandy.  Without investing an extraordinary amount of time and money, there are some easy tools and ways of thinking that can help bring a program to the next level.  The interactive session will walk through some proven, effective behaviors and tips that can be immediately taken back to the office and implemented.

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Learn Easy, Budget-Friendly Tips to Conquer Today’s Challenges

Our speakers at Spring World 2013 are industry experts who are ready to deliver tried-and-true methodology for our attendees. DRJ spoke with speaker Kevin Cunningham, who is presenting Managerial Session - 1, to gain some insight into the benefits of his session, "10 Simple, Easy, Cheap, Quickly Actionable Tips to Elevate Your BC Program." Discover what this session offers as well as how Spring World 2013 can help all business continuity planners.

Disaster Recovery Journal: Your session at Spring World 2013 is titled “10 Simple, Easy, Cheap, Quickly Actionable Tips to Elevate Your BC Program.” Why is this session important to today’s business continuity professionals?

Cunningham: Budgets are tight and BC managers are eager to make their program better, particularly in light of recent impactful events like Superstorm Sandy.  Without investing an extraordinary amount of time and money, there are some easy tools and ways of thinking that can help bring a program to the next level.  The interactive session will walk through some proven, effective behaviors and tips that can be immediately taken back to the office and implemented.

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