FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cleveland, OH â May 31, 2012 â Avalution Consulting â a business continuity industry leader in consulting and software â announced today the release of Catalyst, a groundbreaking new business continuity software product. Catalyst is web-based business continuity software that combines a simple user interface and on-screen guides with Avalutionâs industry-leading methodology… Continue reading Avalution Releases Catalyst Business Continuity Software
Informational Update For May 31, 2012 The Importance of Testing: Resiliency vs. Recovery Testing is an essential element of any organization’s capability to recover from a disaster. Helping identify plan deficiencies and creating areas for improvement, a comprehensive testing program enables you organization to: Validate the strengths of your business Identify weaknesses of your disaster… Continue reading May 31, 2012: The Importance of Testing: Resiliency vs. Recovery
Informational Update For May 29, 2012 What is the difference between a business continuity program and a “resilience” program? According to our featured speaker, resilience is about an organizational state of mind. Resilience is the difference between hitting a speed bump with a good set of shock absorbers vs. hitting a brick wall at 100… Continue reading May 29, 2012: Resilience – It’s a Practical State of Mind at Verisign
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — As hurricane season officially begins June 1 and communities in the U.S. and neighboring countries prepare for the threat of storms, Direct Relief announced today the delivery of Hurricane Preparedness Packs to nine U.S. states and seven countries most likely to be affected during hurricane season. Direct Relief’s Hurricane Preparedness program… Continue reading Direct Relief Delivers Hurricane Packs As FEMA Urges Preparedness
PITTSBURGH â Avere Systems today announced the results of a third-party survey that shows NAS Optimization as the top choice of solutions being considered by IT executives to meet the challenges to storage performance posed by virtualization. In the first half of 2012, Gatepoint Research invited more than 1,000 selected executives to participate in the… Continue reading Survey Shows NAS Optimization as Top Choice for Overcoming Storage Performance Challenges in Virtualized Environments
Informational Update For May 24, 2012 Disasters Happen…Are You Ready? — Download this Free DR eBook Today! Whether it’s unpredictable weather, natural disasters or man-made accidents, there always seems to be a potential disaster just waiting to strike. You just can*t afford to be caught off guard and without a disaster recovery plan. Download this… Continue reading May 24, 2012: Disasters Happen…Are You Ready? — Download this Free DR eBook Today!
WASHINGTON – Hurricane Season begins June 1, 2012, FEMA is providing additional tools for federal, state, local, tribal and territorial officials to alert and warn the public about severe weather. Using the Commercial Mobile Alert System, or CMAS, which is a part of FEMA’s Integrated Public Alert and Warning System, this structure will be used… Continue reading FEMA URGES PREPAREDNESS FOR HURRICANES AND SEVERE WEATHER
By Glen Bricker, Managing Consultant, Avalution ConsultingArticle originally posted on Avalution Consulting’s Blog The goal of any recovery plan, regardless of the size or nature of the organization, is to protect life, minimize damage from an event, and quickly resume the delivery of critical products and services to meet customer requirements. How this is accomplished,… Continue reading What Makes a Great Recovery Plan?
Informational Update For May 23, 2012 Avoid the Hidden Hazards of Do-It-Yourself Disaster Recovery Everyone knows that it’s critical to have disaster recovery. Without a solid disaster recovery solution, you risk losing data due to power or equipment failure, employee error-even from a natural disaster or fire. The perfect DR solution can be expensive, and… Continue reading May 23, 2012: Avoid the Hidden Hazards of Do-It-Yourself Disaster Recovery
Informational Update For May 22, 2012 Introducing the Everbridge Incident Management Professionals Group In addition to growing numbers of natural disasters, criminal activity and operational outages, incident management systems are being increasingly utilized for non-emergency situations. Organizations are using their incident management systems to comply with employee union guidelines, staffing and other day-to-day non-emergency community… Continue reading May 22, 2012: Introducing the Everbridge Incident Management Professionals Group