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Pandemic Report

Disaster Recovery Journal and Continuity Insights have collaborated on these resources to ensure that business continuity/disaster recovery professionals are well-informed as they combat the COVID-19 crisis.  July 6, 2020 Homefront: The New Hot Zone for BCM Is...

Young Professional Spotlight – Sabrina Gaines

Sabrina Gaines’ job description, like many in the field, requires her to wear multiple “hats.” Gaines is a business continuity specialist for a $21 billion dollar financial institution. She has worked in her current position for almost two years. Along with her...

What COVID-19 Can Teach Us About Seasonality

COVID-19 is causing a larger shift in many businesses that typical high seasons such as Christmas. While we can learn a lot of the data recorded during this time, seasonality should especially be taken into account during these unprecedented times as a result of...

Career Spotlight – Jayme Rick

EDITOR’S NOTE: The DRJ Career Development Committee is supporting this series of articles featuring the career paths of industry professionals. Throughout this series of candid interviews, we hope to provide career advice to our readers by highlighting lessons...

What Is R0 and Why Is It Important?

R0 or R0 is pronounced “R naught.” It’s a mathematical term that indicates how many people will be infected from a single person who has a disease. For example, let’s say that R0 is 1. If I am infected, then I am apt to infect one other person. That person will go on...

Going Back: Reconstitution Plans

  By ADDISON SHAW As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many organizations continue to ask themselves and local and state governments when they can bring employees back to the office, and start building towards normalcy again. The “when can we go back?” question is...
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