Your organization faces an unprecedented number of potentially devastating exposures. From Hurricane Sandy to the tornadoes in Oklahoma, major weather-related events seem to be increasing in number and severity. All while disasters such as fires, power outages, server failures and burst pipes occur daily. Companies often prepare for the worst but forget that these everyday challenges can be just as crippling.
When disaster strikes, managing these risks, having a plan and being able to put it into immediate action can mean the difference between staying open to serve your clients or shutting down for days or even months.
Think your business can withstand a disaster? Think again!
Following a disaster, statistics show that 25% of companies do not reopen after a major event. It does not take a major catastrophe to shut down a business; minor disruptions can often cause significant damage. Having a business continuity plan in place can ensure that you’re back in business quickly and able to provide products and services to your customers.
Learn from a Business Continuity Institute (CBCI) certified expert on the Business Continuity Management Lifecycle and the six best practices of business continuity planning for your organization.
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By using the strategies Neacy outlines in this webinar, you can dramatically improve the success of your organization by:
Who Should Attend
CEO – CFO – COO – CTO – Business Owner – Partner If you want to learn how to take responsibility for your business and enable it to stay on course despite the storms it is forced to weather, then you should attend.
Speaker: Nicholas Mattera, VP of Hosting Operations, mindSHIFT, a Ricoh company
Nicholas has nearly 30 years of IT infrastructure and business systems experience with a focus on network operations, business recovery, continuity planning and managed services. He has received the CBCI certification from the Business Continuity Institute. Nicholas has been responsible for project deployments as well as IT infrastructure management and client services for over 10 years at mindSHIFT. He is an active board member of the Long Island branch of ACP (Association of Contingency Planners), a national organization for disaster recovery and continuity planning.