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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Regardless of what your role is or your level of experience, there is always something new to learn. This page has been created as a resource for readers to ask and see answers to their most concerning questions.

There are many reasons an individual would have an interest in Business Continuity. This section takes several of the most common audiences that DRJ has encountered and attempts to categorize information based on their different needs. We will continue to build this as we identify additional audiences and if in the meantime, these categories don't represent your particular needs, you can submit questions to "Ask The Expert" as a service of the Disaster Recovery Journal. Thank you!

EXECUTIVE (C-Level)

First, and foremost, thank you. It’s so often the case that newly appointed executives or even seasoned veterans will assume responsibility for business continuity and move forward with a limited or completely erroneous understanding of that responsibility. You have chosen to separate from that pack and expand your knowledge of the topic, a commendable decision. You’ll find the information that a busy executive will need to develop a working understanding of the topic and make you confident as you advance your program.

NEW To Business Continuity

Don’t panic! Many of us started exactly the same way. You’re fortunate in that we’ve taken some steps to make you immediately successful. We’ve researched some of the industry’s best information and compiled it into an easy to navigate warehouse of knowledge.

 

Seasoned Professional

You’ll find lots of pertinent information here that will provide you a number of options for career planning. Regardless if you’re looking for additional training, certifications or you have questions about a particular subject area. If cost is an issue, you’ll find that many of the training opportunities can be enjoyed for little or no expense to your employer, just an investment of your time.

 

TECHNICAL

You’ll find lots of pertinent information here that will provide you a number of options for career planning. Regardless if you’re looking for additional training, certifications or you have questions about a particular subject area. If cost is an issue, you’ll find that many of the training opportunities can be enjoyed for little or no expense to your employer,

 

Student

You’ll find that no stone has been left unturned. You can access everything from the history of business continuity management to a list of the generally accepted practices and everything in between. This information will be spelled out in an easy to comprehend fashion so you won’t just be reporting on the topic, you’ll be learning about the topic. After that, who knows? Maybe you’ll be the next industry leader?

 

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