In this webinar, a panel of leading practitioners will discuss how the 2013-2014 Continuity Insights and KPMG LLP Global Business Continuity Management (BCM) Program Benchmarking Study can be used to improve BCM programs, understand the steps required to implement these improvements, extract the most compelling data points and make use of lessons learned during the benchmarking process
November 7, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST. As use of notification systems becomes more and more common, usage trends are emerging, indicating what types of notifications are effective and which aren’t. By studying these trends we gain valuable intelligence that acts as a guide in establishing recognized best practices for using automated emergency notification. This webinar will be much more than the usual “lessons learned” presentation, but will instead focus on the analysis of over 10 years of actual usage data from an industry leader in emergency/mass notification, MIR3, Inc. REGISTER TODAY!
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EDT When it comes to determining whether a continuous-availability or high-availability solution is best, many organizations have a lot of questions. Learn the difference between a continuous-availability and a high availability-solution, how to protect mission-critical assets, and much more! REGISTER TODAY!
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT ISO 22301 is the first converged standard in the DR/BC Industry. But what does it mean to you and your organization? Where does it provide leadership and best practice, and where does it present the obvious or represent compromise? Most importantly, what aspects provide direction for opportunities to improve your program and deliver business value?Attend this session for a practical approach to embracing ISO 22301 — on your terms!
Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EDT The typical data backup and restore solution usually relies on a locally-replicated copy of your data and a remote off-premises backup. But if you run a mission-critical enterprise where losing data or disrupting business continuity is not an option, even these sensible scenarios may not cut it anymore.What if your local copy is corrupted or doesn’t go far enough in time, and your cloud-hosted backup is off-line or damaged in a disaster? This is when you’ll wish you had the third copy of your data available.In this webinar, you’ll learn how do determine if you need this third level of protection, how this additional level of data protection can be implemented, and interesting use cases and best practices. REGISTER TODAY
Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EDT Join us as we review and discuss the findings from our 2013 Crisis Communications Survey, in which we surveyed more than 300 organizations to determine how social media platforms are being used. The experts will offer practical answers to social media implementation questions.
Join our DR experts Shawn Swanson and Matthew Seeley as they give you the top 10 new year’s resolutions you can make to ensure your business can recover from disaster, including: choose the right architecture, consider where your data and applications should reside, keep your data secure, and more.
December 4, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EDTIn today’s data-intensive business environment, you can’t afford to have your systems down for 24 hours or more. Sometimes, even four hours is too long. RTOs are shortening and service level agreements (SLAs) are keeping pace.In this live webcast you will learn:Industry trends in backup and recovery timesThe importance of a guaranteed SLA for disaster recoveryArchitecture options to ensure data protection and uninterrupted operationsREGISTER TODAY
November 15, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. EDTJoin Dr. Mark Campbell, Chief Strategy/Technology Officer at Unitrends, as he discusses today’s backup strategies and how to make the critical connection between backup, continuity, financial benefits and business resilience.
September 27 at 2:00 p.m. EDT-- In this webinar, a panel of leading practitioners will discuss how the 2011-2012 Continuity Insights & KPMG LLP Global Business Continuity Management Program Benchmarking Study can be used to improve BCM programs, the steps required to implement these improvements, the most compelling data points, and any lessons learned during the benchmarking process.
September 20, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EDT As organizations continue to outsource activities to reduce operating costs and focus on core business activities third party risk management is increasingly important. Now regulatory bodies and investors are focusing on how these third parties affect your business risk and your organization’s ability to survive an incident.
In order to overcome the numerous challenges associated with the recovery, Convergys employed workload transition, work-at-home implementation, mobile work-area-recovery, alternate site identification and build-out, and satellite connectivity. Additionally, a tiered incident command team was used to assess the impacts of the flooding and administer the solutions.
How would you like to receive expert level tips from business continuity and disaster recovery professionals with more than 50 years of collective experience? This panel discussion will bring together experts from various industries to share les...
Training is the building blocks of preparedness. Successful continuity planning and disaster management boils down to two things, “Simple, Accurate and Viable Plans” and “Knowledgeable and Trained People.” The degree of our success in respond...
Too many times, BCP measurement systems present non-actionable information that management ignores. This session will discuss the core principles involved in developing a meaningful and manageable BCP assessment process in a rigorous fashion. Em...