From the risks involved to the potential planning strategies, supply chain issues are contributing the evolution of business continuity as a discipline.
If you’re like many in the world of BCP, you’ve got questions about PS-Prep. You probably know what it is and how it came to be; so this webinar won’t spend much time covering old ground. We’ll focus on what’s new and what you might not know. ...
Columbus, OH, February 1, 2011: Twenty First Century Communications today announced an agreement with BroadBlast Managed Communications to serve as a reseller of TFCC Alert®, the industry leading emergency mass notification system. With the TFCC Alert, government, corporate, utility, education and healthcare clients can send targeted messages to select groups or geographic areas by landline, cell phone, VoIP phone, PDA, pager, text, email, fax and TTY/TDD machines. Recent enhancements to TFCC Alert include an easier to use system, weather alerts, a new user interface, advanced security controls, social media integration, and an enhanced public sign-up page. Since 2007, BroadBlast has helped dozens of clients implement mass notification systems.
Exercises build continuity muscle by producing knowledgeable and trained people, along with accurate and viable documentation. We know that exercises are important. In fact, a program audit will demand written evidence that each critical plan h...
New York, NY /Market Wire/ --- Continuity Logic, leading provider next generation software solutions for business continuity planning, risk management, and governance, risk, and compliance - GRC, announced today the appointment of Kurt Spangler as Senior Vice President of Sales & Alliances. Spangler is a seven year veteran of the business continuity planning and disaster recovery software industry. Spangler was a former sales leader at Sungard Strohl Systems and afterward worked extensively with IBM in the business continuity planning market.
BETHESDA, MD – January 11, 2011 - Paradigm Solutions International, Inc. (PSI), an industry-leading provider of cost-effective, business continuity management/continuity of operations (COOP) solutions and services, has announced the general release of OpsPlanner version 5.0, featuring an expansive set of innovative new features.
Take a look back and then a look forward. What were the significant industry events and advancements of 2010, and what do you predict will happen to BCP in 2011?
Yesterday, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano announced a new partnership with the World Customs Organization (WCO) to enlist other nations, international bodies and the private sector in increasing the security of the global supply chain—outlining a series of new initiatives to make the system stronger, smarter and more resilient.
How can you get there if you don’t know where you’re going? To develop a successful plan, you need to begin with the end in mind.
Public-sector emergency managers and private-sector business continuity professionals – we’re more alike than you might think.
While there continues to be much attention paid to pandemics, that attention is now coming from a variety of different camps: from those who quote the lower overall flu death rate of the past year, to those who point out the high flu death rate among certain demographics (e.g., youth, infants), and a host of others in between.
Hot-Can (Malaysia) has introduced its line of self-heating drinks and soups to the U.S. market.
Quantivate is please to annouce Tongass Federal Credit Union (TFCU) as a new business continuity client. TFCU is headquartered in Ketchikan, Alaska, on one of a series of islands in southern Southeast Alaska.
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