We reached out to members of the Continuity Insights family in areas affected by yesterday's storms, to check that they are okay and to ask about conditions on the ground. The third report comes from Tom Serio in Alabama:
We reached out to members of the CI family in areas affected by yesterday's storms, to check that they are okay and to ask about conditions on the ground. Our second report comes from Richard Durden in Georgia.
We reached out to members of the CI family in areas affected by yesterday's storms, to check that they are okay and to ask about conditions on the ground. The first report comes from Jim Grady in Georgia:
The DHS Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Accreditation and Certification Program (PS-Prep™) is considering the creation of a self-declaration of conformity (SDoC) process to provide an alternative method of conformity to the adopted preparedness standards for small business.
Continuity Insights' editorial advisory board members discuss BC industry news and answer reader questions.
Aside from the article by Ericson, there are many current and applicable studies, articles and opinions on the use and validity of social capital. In fact, social capital has a plethora of definitions and applications. You can find a way to support whatever you are doing using social capital research if you frame the question or argument correctly.
Toyota's car production in Japan plummeted a staggering 62.7 percent in March due to a parts supply crunch following the earthquake and tsunami.
Iran has been hit by a second computer virus, a senior military official said, suggesting it was part of a concerted campaign to undermine the country's disputed nuclear program.
For the first time, AT&T is selling small, portable cellular antennas that will allow corporate and government customers to provide their own wireless coverage in remote or disaster-struck areas.
Brian Zawada offers a look at some of the lessons learned for supply chain planning, and how many industries will continue to feel the aftershocks of events in Japan.
Firstly, I want to express my gratitude to all the people that made me and the rest of the Advantage Business Media team feel welcome. Your willingness to share stories and experiences makes me even more confident that the Continuity Insights brand will continue to thrive.
To bring you all up to speed, my name is Luke Simpson and I’ve taken over as Editor of Continuity Insights magazine. This opportunity came about as a result of Advantage Business Media (ABM), a publishing group with over 25 publications, purchasing CI from Gardner Publications. It's extremely exciting to be taking over a brand that offers such high-quality content to a knowledgeable, engaged audience, and I really want to emphasize our commitment to serving you and other business continuity professionals.
Richard Reiff, CEO of Advantage Business Media LLC, today announced that the company has acquired the assets of Continuity Insights from Gardner Publications, Inc.
This webinar will provide participants with a fresh approach for embedding BCM in the culture of their organization (competency 6 of the BCI Good Practice Guidelines). The session will discuss the frustration of implementing a process that does ...
Nuclear plants in Dresden and the Quad Cities are of similar design to the Fukushima plant, but their safety plans are continuously upgraded, nuclear executives said.