Well, if we needed more proof that business continuity has gone mainstream, we just got it. Yesterday, Google – and it doesn’t get much more mainstream than that! – announced the launch of a Gmail-based disaster recovery and business continuity service.
GRC – governance, risk, and compliance. Those sure are three important words, but what do they mean to BCP? Attend this webinar to learn all about GRC and what it should mean to you. Our panel of experts will answer your questions in this intera...
Because of the Internet and globalization, social media threats have increased and so has the urgency of preparedness. Yet, most companies do an inadequate job of managing their reputations in general.
For this open-ended Q&A webinar, a panel of experts will be on hand to answer all of your questions about alternate sites. How far? Where? How much? You bring the questions, we’ll supply the subject matter experts! Should you wish to submi...
SteelEye Technology has announced it has transitioned into the new SIOS Technology Corp. (us.sios.com), a company committed to providing cloud computing, data center management, and business continuity solutions to the enterprise.
The ASIS/BSI Business Continuity Management Standard has been approvied by ANSI and appeared in last Friday’s issue of ANSI’s “Standards Action” publication. Big news.
Our panel of experts will address your questions about alternate sites. Moderated by Buffy Rojas, editor-in-chief of Continuity Insights magazine, our panelists include:
MARLBOROUGH, MA – November 9, 2010 – SEPATON announced that Baptist Health System (BHS) is using its S2100-ES2 data protection appliance with DeltaStor software for efficient deduplication and 2 TB HDS storage arrays to dramatically enhance capacity for the future, reclaim valuable physical drive resources, and lay the groundwork for a tapeless off-site disaster recovery strategy.To manage its patient care and business operations for more than 6,000 users, BHS relies on sophisticated IT systems, including PeopleSoft /DB2, Cerner/Oracle RMAN, electronic medical records, Exchange email, various clinical applications, and SQL databases.
Everbridge has announced that the U.S. Army Garrison Redstone has awarded Everbridge a contract for the Everbridge Aware mass emergency notification system to be used to ensure the safety and security of its personnel. The system will be used to provide crucial communications to more than 35,000 people, including military personnel and civilians.
For this open-ended Q&A webinar, a panel of experts answered a range of questions about alternate sites. How far? Where? What about workgroup recovery? You brought the questions, we supplied the SMEs, and an hour of excellent information was the result.
It’s nice to see crisis management done right. The plight of the Chilean miners could have been a crisis management catastrophe, but it seems to be a victory – not just for the miners and their families, but for everyone involved in and responsible for the rescue.
November 8, 2010, Sacramento, CA, On December 8, 2010, the Sacramento Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) and the Association of Sacramento Area Planners (ASAP) will be hosting a joint meeting and educational seminar.
Twenty First Century Communications (TFCC) announces a new function for its TFCC Alert notification system, a location-based message feature.This new location-based notification technology first determines where you are and then sends critical and timely information directly to your smart phone.
The UN wants to know. Puttering around the internet last week, I ran across this: “Cities and local governments need to get ready, reduce the risks and become resilient to disasters.
It’s so hard to get people interested in business continuity. BCP needs to be part of the corporate strategy, not an afterthought. Everybody thinks somebody else will take care of it. I can’t get senior executives’ time for a conversation about continuity.