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Columbus, Ohio – Heat density is once again becoming
a top-of-mind issue for data center managers, according to a spring
survey of data center users from Emerson Network Power, a business of
Emerson (NYSE:EMR) and a global leader in maximizing availability,
capacity and efficiency of critical infrastructure.

The spring installment of the biannual survey, sponsored by Emerson
Network Power, polled members of the Data Center Users’ Group^® (DCUG),
an association of influential data center, IT and facility managers, and
captured input from more than 100 respondents across North America. The
questions covered a variety of data center topics including data center
monitoring and management, capacity constraints, third-party colocation
providers, energy efficiency and heat and power density.

The survey results show that, for the first time in two years, heat
density is again one of the three biggest concerns for data center
professionals.When asked to identify their top three facility/network
concerns, 42 percent of respondents cited heat density, ranking it
third, behind energy efficiency (49 percent) and adequate monitoring (51
percent). Heat density was cited as the number one concern for the first
four years of the survey, starting in 2005. In the spring 2012 survey,
it dropped to fourth place, and adequate monitoring, availability and
energy efficiency remained in the top three until this spring’s survey.

“Throughout the past few years, much emphasis has been placed on
availability, infrastructure monitoring and efficiency; and rightly so,”
said Bob Miller, vice president, Liebert global solutions, Emerson
Network Power in North America, and a member of the DCUG board of
directors. “As data center professionals continue to struggle with
growing capacity needs and tightened budgets, attention is turning back
to one of the most fundamental aspects of the data center infrastructure
– effectively and efficiently managing heat. If not addressed, heat
density issues threaten to negatively impact performance levels of the
data center.”

The trend toward consolidation and growth is reflected in the plans data
center professionals have for their data centers throughout the next 12
months. When asked the question, 65 percent plan to consolidate or
replace existing servers, 64 percent plan to add additional servers, 27
percent plan to consolidate multiple data centers and 19 percent plan to
build a new data center. While 26 percent expressed plans to move at
least part of their operation to colocation or hosting providers, there
are still some perceived drawbacks to the option. Seventy percent cited
lack of control as the primary drawback of utilizing a colocation or
hosting provider; this was followed by increased cost (53 percent),  a
setup not unique to specific needs (29 percent) and security concerns
(22 percent).

When asked how the professional skill set demanded of data center
managers is changing, 75 percent said it’s increasingly important to
understand how various data center systems work together to support
overall objectives. In addition, 73 percent of respondents indicated
that a greater ability to ‘see the big picture’ is a necessary skill.
“It’s no longer enough for data center managers to know that all the
lights in their facilities are green,” said Miller. “They need to
understand the interconnectivity of systems and how they collectively
support the business’ abilty to grow and change. This is also likely why
we’re seeing data center monitoring and management rank as the top
concern, since these data center infrastructure management systems can
provide a window to those valuable business insights.”

Additional results include the following:

  * Fifty-six percent believe their existing data center capacity will
    suffice for three years or less.
  * Twenty-seven percent reported experiencing hot spots within the past
    12 months, while 15 percent reported experiencing an outage.
  * Thirty percent cited a lack of capital expenditure as the primary
    limiting factor on their organization’s ability to accommodate growth.
  * The average power density per rack was 5.94 kW, up slightly from
    5.92 kW in the fall 2012 survey.
  * The top operational and efficiency-related metrics being measured in
    the data center are temperature (93 percent), power utilization (88
    percent), humidity (79 percent) and cooling utilization (72
    percent). Fifty-six percent of respondents currently measure power
    usage effectiveness (PUE).

Founded in 2003, the DCUG consists of approximately 1,000 members across
North America; the group meets semi-annually to collaboratively discuss
best practices, share experiences and address the most relevant issues
affecting the reliability, availability and cost of operation for
critical installations. The group’s membership comprises executives with
a wide variety of IT and facilities management expertise from numerous
companies and industries, including board member companies Vanguard,
Cincinnati Bell Technology Solutions and Delta Air Lines, Inc., among

For more information on the DCUG, visit www.DataCenterug.org
<http://www.DataCenterug.org>. For more information on technologies and
services from Emerson Network Power, visit www.EmersonNetworkPower.com

AUSTIN, Texas -- TechAssure Association,
Inc. announces the release of their enhanced website:

TechAssure members provide specialized insurance and risk management
solutions for the technology industry.

These industries indicate that industry knowledge and access to
specialty tools and products are key drivers of their satisfaction in
insurance brokerage expertise.

"TechAssure differs from the competition, in that it is a one-of-a-kind
association that leverages cross-collaborations to sharpen coverage
offerings, innovate new products and services, combine talents and
advance social causes important to technology firms and their board
members," says Julie Davis, executive director of TechAssure. "Bringing
together groups, with varying perspectives and skill sets can ignite a
group of professionals that can infuse the insurance industry with fresh
ideas and help technology firms manage risk more effectively."

"TechAssure puts years of knowledge and experience to work helping
technology companies address their most critical risk management
issues," says Spence Hoole, chairman, TechAssure.

Through TechAssure's enhanced website, clients have easy access to the
association members and a range of products and services vital to
comprehensive risk management.

Features include:

  * Convenient online applications for a full range of tailored
    insurance products including: Directors' & Officers' Liability,
    Employment Practices Liability, Technology Errors & Omissions,
    Cyberliability, Commercial, Package, Commercial Automobile and
    Workers' Compensation.
  * Simple navigation to access risk management checklists and information
  * View expert film interviews and watch quick film clips on industry
    challenges and opportunities

*_About TechAssure Association, Inc._*

Founded in 2001, TechAssure has 22 worldwide insurance broker members in
seven countries, serving over 4,000 industry clients with annual
industry insurance premiums of $1 billion.

The members of TechAssure help a wide range of technology clients
develop effective risk management and workforce productivity solutions,
so they feel more confident about managing their future. TechAssure
members are affiliated with 48 technology associations throughout the world.

TechAssure Association leads TechAssure University, TechAssure
Innovation Labs and is managing partner for VentureInsure.

*_TechAssure University_*

Through TechAssure University, the association also provides technical
and industry training that allows members the opportunity to elevate
their leadership and insurance brokerage skills, service, innovation and
technical capabilities. The University program offers brokers
certifications, for their members, in three distinct areas.

*_TechAssure Innovation Labs_*

TechAssure Innovation Labs has a mission of leading the innovation of
new insurance and risk management solutions for the technology industry.
Innovation Lab sessions are conducted throughout the year for members of
the TechAssure Association and their strategic partners.


TechAssure Association is the managing partner of the VentureInsure program.

*_TechAssure members include: _*

The Addis Group, AH&T Insurance, AHM Financial Group, Audit & Risk
Solutions, Avatar, Bolton & Co, Costello & Sons, Diversified Insurance
Group, Giles Insurance Brokers LTD, Globalex, GPL Assurance, Gregory &
Appel, IMA Corporation, JJ Wade & Associates, Keaney Insurance Brokers,
Mason & Mason Insurance, Plexus Groupe, Prudent Brokers, RJ Ahmann & Co,
Roach Howard Smith & Barton, Rollins Agency, Sanderson Risk Advisors. In
addition, TechAssure has worldwide innovation partnerships with legal,
venture capital and key players in the insurance industry.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A new report from Emerson Network
Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE:EMR) and a global leader in
maximizing availability, capacity and efficiency of critical
infrastructure, finds that nearly half of CIOs consider themselves IT
service providers or cost centers, rather than business game changers or
strategic innovators. Simply keeping up with new technologies has become
a major barrier to embracing the rapid development of the information
era. The report, “The CIO of the Future: Becoming a Business
Game-Changer ,”  also emphasized the importance of budgeting for innovation as one way to
embrace a more strategic role in any organization.

The Emerson Network Power report includes responses from 560 CIOs and
top IT executives of companies with 500 or more employees in the United
States, Latin America, Europe and Asia. Highlights from the report include:

·CIOs from Asia (79 percent) and Latin America (78 percent) lead the
pack in expecting significant change in their role in the next 5 years.
Less dramatic change was expected in the United States and Europe, where
about half believe their role will change significantly in the next 5

·Only 10 percent of CIOs see themselves as a driver of their business’
competitive future; with another 15 percent categorizing themselves as a
business peer and 26 percent seeing themselves as influential

·Latin American CIOs are more likely to see themselves as developers of
business strategy or game changers. U.S. CIOs are the least likely to
see themselves in this way.

·CIOs identified 40 issues as being very or extremely important to their
role as IT leader in their organization. As a result they find
themselves spending most of their time focused on providing services
rather than planning for the future.

“As a former CIO I understand both the demands of the job and the
critical role the CIO can play in supporting and shaping business
strategy,” said Steve Hassell, former Emerson CIO and current president
of Emerson Network Power’s Avocent business. “It can be difficult to get
off the hamster wheel of day-to-day operations, but trends such as
social media, mobility and data-driven decision making are only going to
increase the importance of IT in attracting and serving customers.
Emerson is rapidly addressing some of these challenges by introducing
solutions that reduce complexity and improve management of resources.
This is key to making the transition from service provider to business
leader a seamless effort.”

To view the full report, visit the www.EmersonNetworkPower.com/CIOtopics

For more information on Emerson Network Power products and solutions
that support the data center, visit www.EmersonNetworkPower.com

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND -- Catch Software,
a leading provider of test management software and services, today
announced an agreement with Unitec Institute of Technology, an
Auckland-based tertiary provider, to bring Enterprise Tester to their
computing department.

As the only tertiary provider in New Zealand with dedicated software
testing courses, Unitec is leading the way in recognising software
testing as a profession. The agreement, which includes the provision of
Catch Software's test management software and services, has been put in
place to support this growing profession. Unitec has put significant
investment into their computing department and will soon be adding a
third software testing course to their program. They see software
testing as an important area for students to gain experience in, as it
is likely employers will be seeking more graduates with testing skills.

Founder / CEO of Catch Software, Bryce Day, sees this partnership as an
opportunity to support the growth and development of the software
testing industry in New Zealand and the wider Asia-Pacific region. "To
be able to foster the growth of the next generation of testers, and
allow them to leave university with experience using our software, is a
great priviledge," says Mr Day. "Enterprise Tester is being used by
major corporations in New Zealand and globally - our customers include
Air New Zealand, Orion Health, PayPal, Intel, LG Electronics, Bayer
Healthcare, and Stanford University. If Unitec students can leave
university with real-world experience of software testing tools, and a
more than theoretical understanding of software testing methodologies
and situations, they will be able to 'hit the ground running' in the
workforce. That can only be a good thing for the software testing
industry, both here and overseas."

Unitec appreciates the generosity of Catch Software in providing their
software and services and welcomes the opportunity to expose students to
software that is being used by market leaders. "This will be of
considerable benefit to our students when they enter employment, and
will differentiate them in a very competitive market," says Unitec's
Head of Computing, Dr Hossein Sarrafzadeh.

This partnership demonstrates the way that businesses can interact with
the education sector and the value that this can bring to both students
and the corporate world. Catch and Unitec agree that creating the
industry leaders of tomorrow begins with exposing students to today's
leading technologies, which is why this is such an exciting opportunity
for both organizations.

About Unitec

Unitec is the largest Institute of Technology in New Zealand. With
21,000 students enrolled in 160 courses, it is committed to the delivery
of vocational and applied education, and practically orientated
research. Unitec's passionate about the transformative power of
education. Its focus on real world education provides work-ready
graduates with professional and vocational skills that are highly sought
after in New Zealand and around the world.

About Catch Software

Catch Software develops test management software for the global market
and counts Fortune 500 and Global 2000 customers, including Intel, Cox
Communications, eBay, Sky TV, Bayer Healthcare, NCS, LG Electronics,
PayPal, the US Airforce, and the US Navy, among its customers. Their
flagship product, Enterprise Tester, is an award-winning test management
platform offering great features and pricing, responsive support, and
deep integration with Enterprise Architect and JIRA.

WASHINGTON, D.C., -- Rimhub, Inc.
<http://trk.cp20.com/Tracking/t.c?5di8b-7vgom-jnemwa3&_v=2>,a leading
provider of Outsourced Managed Services for telecoms, is pleased to
announce the launch of its new Custom Application Development
<http://trk.cp20.com/Tracking/t.c?5di8b-7vgon-jnemwa4&_v=2> service. The
service is designed for telecommunications services providers (TSPs)
that build, integrate and provide value-added applications to existing
communication products. A key offering of Rimhub’s IP Center of
Excellence (COE)
<http://trk.cp20.com/Tracking/t.c?5di8b-7vgoo-jnemwa5&_v=2> portfolio,
the Custom Apps Development service leverages Rimhub’s strong
telecommunications background, and expertise in the BroadSoft
BroadWorks® platform.

“Rimhub’s Custom Applications Development service offers TSPs an
affordable and comprehensive solution to building and integrating apps
that enhance value, reduce churn and increase their subscribers'
satisfaction,” comments Omar Paul, VP of IP Services for Rimhub. “By
utilizing Rimhub’s IP COE engineers, customers have access to a team of
trained, professional software developers with deep experience in
communication product integrations. A distinguishing benefit we have is
that we don't just build it and walk away, but rather provide
product-level enhancement and support options for the life of the
deployment. That is the difference between Rimhub and a typical
development shop.”

Rimhub has already completed and successfully deployed several such
turnkey applications for industry-leading Hosted PBX providers. Examples
include custom Call Center monitoring dashboards written in rapid
application development technologies such as Node.JS, MongoDB, and
HTML5; apps components designed to connect VoIP platforms with Instant
Messaging; and Presence servers using Java and custom desktop-based
notification applications that integrate incoming and outgoing call
information with 3rd-party SaaS platforms.

Rimhub is a forerunner in IP Support services, specializing in boutique
services that can enhance, maintain and manage leading VoIP and
Telecommunications products. As an example, Rimhub's IP COE is a growing
practice comprised of more than a dozen BroadSoft-certified engineers,
making it the largest dedicated services group outside of BroadSoft
itself.  Rimhub's IP COE assists organizations across a wide spectrum of
services, to address business needs and revenue growth; including but
not limited to platform/subscriber migrations, scaling, apps
development, process execution, re-imagining products, and mobility.

To learn more information about Rimhub’s Custom Application Development, visit http://www.rimhub.com/ip-support.html#app

For additional information how Rimhub helps communications service providers, please visit http://www.rimhub.com

London – Organizations should keep in mind that
gamification is about more than just the underlying technology, says
Ovum. By also considering the strategic, organizational, cultural, and
psychological aspects of reasonably priced and low-risk gamification
applications, businesses can improve productivity.

In new research by Ovum, the global analyst firm shows how enterprises
and the public sector can effectively apply gamification for maximum
advantage, and recommends that organizations should begin exploring
gamification for either customer- or employee-facing uses.

“Gamification can help enhance customer engagement and manage employee
behaviors and productivity levels, but there must be clear understanding
of how such an initiative will directly benefit the business,” says Adam
Holtby, a Software & IT Solutions analyst at Ovum. “However, to better
support business goals, the mapping of the value of desired outcomes
will be developed as part of the planning stage.”

According to Ovum, social technologies and gamification work well
together when points, badges, and leaderboards (PBLs) are tied to a
meaningful value system that records status and accomplishments and
meets users’ desire for feedback. Applied this way, these tools can help
to change behaviours, develop skills, and drive innovation.

However, Holtby believes gamification can also do much more: “While much
of the early coverage on gamification has focused on guiding behavior
and building engagement, increasingly organizations can use the data
generated by gamified systems to gain insights into the skills and
reputations of both their employees and customers.”

In its report, Ovum indicates a good example of gamification in the SAP
Community Network (SCN). This network has been designed to encourage
members to participate in forums to help other members by sharing
knowledge and focusing more on the quality, rather than the quantity, of
contributions. Members automatically earn points for posting content,
but can be awarded additional points at different levels for the quality
of their contributions.

NFPA report details $328 billion impact of fire

April 18, 2013 – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released an updated report on the Total Cost of Fire in the United States. It can be seen from the report that the total cost of fire in 2010, adjusted for inflation, is 38 percent higher than in 1980, while its proportion of U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) has declined by roughly one-third.

However, both the total cost of fire and total cost as percentage of GDP have been roughly steady for the past several years. The total cost of fire for 2010 is estimated at $328 billion, or roughly 2.2 percent of U.S. GDP.

The complete total cost of fire is defined as the sum of economic loss (e.g. property damage, business interruption), human loss (e.g. lives lost, medical treatment, pain and suffering), and the cost of provisions to prevent or mitigate the cost of fire (e.g. fire departments, insurance, and fire protection equipment and construction).

Other key findings from the report:

  • Although the core total cost of fire has increased by 45 percent since 1980 to total $108.4 billion, the economic loss due to fire decreased by 29 percent, totaling $14.8 billion.
  • The total cost of direct property damages, reported or unreported, was $13.2 billion. This figure represents 89 percent of the economic loss. The other 11 percent represents indirect losses, such as business interruption.
  • Building construction expenses needed solely for the purposes of fire safety and fire protection considerations totaled $31.7 billion.
  • Human losses were estimated at $31.9 billion.

For a fact sheet on the total cost of fire, please visit www.nfpa.org/TotalCost.

About the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
NFPA is a worldwide leader in fire, electrical, building, and life safety. The mission of the international nonprofit organization founded in 1896 is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education. NFPA develops more than 300 codes and standards to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other hazards. All NFPA codes and standards can be viewed at no cost at www.nfpa.org/freeaccess.

HENDERSON, Nev. -- 5000fish Inc., a leading provider of Business Intelligence (BI) software, today announced Yurbi
for ServiceNow as a Premium App to its Yurbi platform. Yurbi is an
out-of-the-box secure enterprise BI platform that allows organizations
to access, integrate, and deliver data from multiple systems securely to
the users who need it; real-time and without requiring scripting,
programming, data warehousing, or database expertise. The result is
providing decision-makers with the data they need, when they need it.

With Yurbi for ServiceNow, any organization can seamlessly connect their
ServiceNow data with data from other critical business applications with
no scripting, SQL query building, data warehousing, or programming
required. Included with the Premium App are 45 premium content reports
and dashboards designed specifically for ServiceNow. Yurbi for
ServiceNow also allows users to easily spot trends and perform data
discoveries among their service management data to improve their ITIL
and ITSM processes.

"We developed Yurbi for ServiceNow to allow customers of ServiceNow to
achieve a major business benefit," says David Ferguson, President and
CEO of 5000fish. "We regularly received feedback that customers needed
to do integrated data discovery and reports between their ServiceNow
data and the other business applications in their environment. Our Yurbi
for ServiceNow Premium App allows organizations to link their on-premise
and cloud-based data so users can easily spot trends, perform data
discoveries and create reports based on all their business applications
regardless of where their data reside, in the cloud or on-premise."

Yurbi for ServiceNow allows organizations to connect their ServiceNow
data with critical service management tools including: ERP, CRM, phone
systems, network management discovery, inventory, accounting and finance
systems, and other business applications. In addition to the Yurbi for
ServiceNow Premium App, Yurbi also offers Premium Apps for BMC^® ITSM,
CA^® Service Desk Manager, HP^® Service Manager, and FrontRange^® Heat

"As a former professional services consultant, I can attest to an
organization's need for Yurbi's Premium Apps," says Dennis Wark, Yurbi
Development Team Lead at 5000fish. "I've consulted with organizations
with these enterprise service desk solutions and would spend days and
weeks on-site providing them with technical expertise to connect their
data and create custom reports. It just made economical sense for us to
develop these Yurbi Premium Apps for organizations to get the data they
need from any database, when they need it, while saving them precious
time and money."

For organizations that are ready to try Yurbi for ServiceNow and other
Premium Apps and start optimizing all their business data applications,
whether they are in the cloud or on-premise, visit http://www.yurbi.com
<http://www.yurbi.com/> or email

PURVIS, Miss. – Elderly people, especially those with medical issues and limited mobility, can be especially vulnerable should a natural or manmade disaster strike.

Local, state and federal officials are urging all Americans, in particular the elderly, to review, update and rehearse their disaster plans.

Those living in a group setting, such as a nursing home or adult living facility, should speak with the administrator to learn about the specific disaster/evacuation plan for that facility.

There are three simple steps to disaster preparation: Make a kit, plan ahead and stay informed.

Your disaster emergency kit should include the supplies to last at least three days:

  • Water: at least one gallon per day per person for drinking and sanitation;
  • Food and utensils: foods that are ready to eat and not quickly perishable are ideal;
  • Blankets and extra clothing;
  • A first aid kit, including medical insurance and Medicaid cards;
  • A battery-powered  radio and/or a NOAA weather radio;
  • A flashlight with extra batteries;
  • Prescription medicines:  These should be rotated frequently and kept up to date;
  • Medical supplies: an extra pair of glasses, hearing-aid batteries and any other personally needed medical devices;
  • An emergency contact list: to reach family, friends and emergency numbers; and
  • Extra cash: access to banks and ATMs may be limited for a time.

Prepare your disaster action plan, review and practice it regularly. If you live alone, talk to your family or friends about preparing for emergencies, getting help in the event of an evacuation and dealing with the aftermath of a disaster. Create a network of neighbors, relatives, friends and co-workers who can help in an emergency. Discuss needs and make sure everyone knows how to operate necessary medical equipment.

Arrange for electronic payments of federal benefits or other retirement income. A disaster can disrupt mail service for days or even weeks. Switching to electronic payments also eliminates the risk of stolen checks. The federal government recommends two safer ways to get federal benefits:

  • Direct deposit to a checking or savings account is the best option for people with bank accounts. Federal benefit recipients can sign up by calling (800) 333-1795 or at www.godirect.org/.
  • The Direct Express® prepaid debit card is designed as a safe and easy alternative topaper checks for people who don't have a bank account. Sign up is easy – call toll-freeat (877) 212-9991 or sign up online at http://www.usdirectexpress.com/edcfdtclient/index.html

Disaster-assistance grants are not considered taxable income and will not affect eligibility for Social Security, Medicaid, welfare assistance, food stamps, Supplemental Security Income or Aid to Families with Dependent Children.

Learn about what kinds of disasters are most likely to occur in your area and how you will be notified. Find out if your area is served by emergency radio and TV broadcasts. Other emergency alert methods might include a special siren, an automated telephone call or even a visit from emergency workers.

Emergency plans are normally established by state and local governments. County emergency management offices can supply the appropriate information. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency maintains a website with additional preparedness information at www.msema.org.

For more information on Mississippi’s disaster recovery, visit www.msema.org, www.fema.gov/disaster/4101 and www.fema.gov/blog.

FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.

Disaster recovery assistance is available without regard to race, color, religion, nationality, sex, age, disability, English proficiency or economic status. If you or someone you know has been discriminated against, call FEMA toll-free at 800-621-FEMA (3362). For TTY call 800-462-7585.

FEMA’s temporary housing assistance and grants for public transportation expenses, medical and dental expenses, and funeral and burial expenses do not require individuals to apply for an SBA loan. However, applicants who receive SBA loan applications must submit them to SBA loan officers to be eligible for assistance that covers personal property, vehicle repair or replacement, and moving and storage expenses.

eBRP Solutions Network, Inc. (eBRP) has been named the winner of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) North American “Business Continuity Provider of the Year (Product)” Award for 2013.  The awards were announced at the Disaster Recovery Journal Spring World Conference in Orlando, Florida on March 19th.

The award was given  to eBRP “for their eBRP Suite, which goes beyond your standard Business Continuity Management planning tool, providing additional tools for Incident Managers to support decision-making, communication and collaboration, including notification tools” according to the BCI.

“This award is the product of hard work by all of our employees,” said David Gray, an eBRP Director, “and the accumulated benefits of input from our customers – without which eBRP Suite would not be the award-winner it is today.”

This is the second consecutive year in which eBRP has won a BCI North American award.  eBRP was the winner of the “Business Continuity Management Planning Software of the Year” award in 2012.  That award category has since been discontinued. 

“We were very proud to win Software of the Year in 2012,” said Jim Mitchell, also an eBRP Director, “but this latest award is even more gratifying.  The competition for Product of the Year provided much stiffer competition; being named the winner was both surprising – and exceptionally gratifying.”

About eBRP Solutions

Founded in 2002, eBRP Solutions Network, Inc. offers an award-winning, web-based and fully integrated set of Business Continuity Management (BCM) software tools that address the entire BCM lifecycle.  eBRP’s flagship product – eBRP Suite- is used by companies and governments on 6 continents - including many members of the Fortune 100.  eBRP Suite is the only BCM Planning software that provides fully-integrated decision support for Incident Management.  For more information, contact info@eBRP.net, call 888-480-eBRP (3477), or follow eBRP on LinkedIn http://ow.ly/jfD0A