What is business continuity? Avalution’s Business Continuity Management 101 video series answers this question and many more. Visit avalution.com/bcm-101 to view the series now.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Avalution Consulting – a leading provider of business continuity consulting and software solutions – announced today the release of the Business Continuity Management (BCM) 101 educational video series.
The six videos in BCM 101 provide straightforward answers to the most common business continuity-related questions, including:
What is business continuity?
Why do organizations invest in business continuity?
What’s the difference between business continuity and insurance?
Who should be involved in business continuity?
Where should business continuity be located?
What is a business continuity management system?
“We’re excited about the release of this video series,” explains Brian Zawada, Director at Avalution. “Whether you're an executive that's just been handed responsibility of managing a business continuity program, a practitioner brand new to the profession looking to learn, or a seasoned professional simply looking for training resources to help explain the concept of business continuity throughout your organization, these videos will prove valuable and help you achieve your goal.”
Visit the Business Continuity Management 101 section on Avalution.com to view these videos.
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About Avalution Consulting
Avalution is the premier provider of business continuity and IT disaster recovery consulting and software solutions in the U.S. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Avalution is an ISO 22301-certified firm and maintains a contract on GSA Schedule 70.
In addition to its consulting services, Avalution offers two web-based business continuity software solutions. Catalyst – available in Basic, Pro, or Enterprise versions – combines a simple user interface and on-screen guides with Avalution’s consulting methodology to make continuity planning easy and repeatable for every organization. No long-term contracts are required, and a 30-day free trial is available via bccatalyst.com. The Planning Portal, built on Microsoft SharePoint, delivers highly customizable tools and processes to assist organizations in managing and executing their business continuity and IT disaster recovery programs. Demonstrations are available upon request.