Don’t know if you’ve heard the news but DRJ Fall World is just around the corner – September 7 – 10 in San Diego. We’ve fine-tuned our agenda, have a got a great line-up of industry experts to lead the numerous sessions, and we’re rolling out the red carpet during our hospitality events. And to… Continue reading DRJ Fall World: Pre-Conference Courses
Originally posted on Rentsys Recovery Services’ blog. In today’s world, many, if not most, companies are either part of a regulated industry or have been identified as a critical vendor in a customer’s supply chain. These organizations are audited by regulatory bodies such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Office of Civil Rights… Continue reading Cloud Compliance: What Auditors Are Looking For
Just like the kids who are anxiously looking at the calendar and counting down the number of summer vacation days left – we’re also counting. The only difference is that we’re excitedly counting the days left until DRJ Fall World 2014. Our 51st conference is being held in San Diego, CA from Sept. 7 –… Continue reading DRJ Fall World 2014: A Closer Look
By Jacque Rupert, Avalution ConsultingOriginally posted on Avalution Consulting’s Business Continuity Blog Nearly all business continuity professionals understand the importance of the business impact analysis (BIA) as the primary means for laying the foundation of a business continuity program. However, many professionals struggle to receive executive buy-in, as well as the necessary resources and support for the… Continue reading Establishing the Business Case for the Business Impact Analysis
Food is a universal language. So is man’s need to survive. Whether in the business world or the kitchen we need a simple recipe for business continuity success. In this four part series I’ll introduce you to the four basic courses necessary when cooking up an appetizing and rewarding business continuity program. Let’s get started…… Continue reading The Devil(ed Egg) is in the Detail: Recipe for Disaster Recovery, A Cookbook for building an effective Business Continuity Program
It’s not just that airplanes have been disappearing, or shot down, or that the infectious disease Ebola is out of control in parts of Africa, or that Tel Aviv travel was suspended by major airlines when shelling came too close to the airport . Travel risk has always been an issue for corporations whose employees… Continue reading Travel Risk Is High Right Now
Some conferences are known for the learning component. Others have a reputation as being great for networking. What sets DRJ Fall World (and Spring World) apart from these conferences, is that our conferences are widely recognized for both the learning and networking aspects. We’ve designed our conference schedule to ensure that you can maximize your… Continue reading DRJ Fall World: Learning and Networking
We don’t really want to keep pointing out the date… but, July is almost over and August will be here very soon. To be more specific, August 7 will be here soon and if you want to save $100 on your DRJ Fall World registration, you need to register before August 7. For those of you… Continue reading DRJ Fall World: Register and Save!
It might only be July, but you know how the summer is – the days seem to pass by very quickly and before you know it – it’s September. This is why now is the time to download the DRJ Fall World Agenda and to take advantage of our registration savings. Our 51st conference will… Continue reading Fall World 2014: The Countdown Is On!
This week Charlie gives you some of the key things to avoid when writing your plans. Last week I helped plan and deliver a workshop for the Scottish Continuity Group. The theme of the day was to give the delegates ideas of ways to improve their plans. Presentations were given on a number of aspects… Continue reading Seven deadly sins of business continuity plans