ARNOLD, Mo. – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to impact nearly every business, Disaster Recovery Journal held its first virtual event Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 2020. Instead of gathering in sunny Phoenix, Ariz., as planned, DRJ Fall 2020: A Virtual Experience was four days of activity for 1,000 eager attendees from around the globe. “I cannot express in words how pleased I am with the success of our inaugural virtual event,” said DRJ President Bob Arnold. “The hard work, creativeness, and dedication of the DRJ team was impressive as we showed great adaptability and teamwork as we navigated this new space.…
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