The second in the ARSC Webcast series on Business Continuity and related topics is now scheduled for July 22. The topic is Business Resiliency Latest Thinking and Trends. This presentation aims to cut through the 'noise' and so-called opinions by so-called "experts". It covers a bit of history, to see how Resiliency started with computer backups, then went to Disaster Recovery, then to Business Continuity, now to holistic Organizational Resiliency. ARSC will articulate what Resiliency is, and as important, what it is not (spoiler - it's not "insurance" and it's not "the Big 'Code Red' Binder"). The webcast will describe the program elements and what "Good" should look line. It wraps up with the trends and a look into the future. There are valuable takeaways for both the seasoned practitioner and the non-expert manager or executive. The webcast is powered by Bright Talk. Click here to put this informative event on your calendar!
The webcast follows in the wake of ARSC's first installment, Business Continuity=Work From Home? Ha Ha Ha Ha! This presentation covered the importance of relying on telecommuting as an essential but not complete Resiliency play. It dispelled some common myths, addressed the technical and operational risks and presented 'lessons learned' from mass forced Work-From-Home exercises and real events. This is an essential 49 minutes for the executive whose teams are telling him, "We got it covered - no business interruption because we have laptops and we can work from home!" The webcast aired on April 28, to extremely positive reviews. It can be viewed on-demand here.
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