“Business continuity is not about checking a box. It Is about people and community resiliency, business resumption, crisis communication, evacuation procedures, exercise, drills, simulations, BC/DR techniques and activities that can be applied to our day-to-day lives.” This is what Masse Adjetey, a business continuity analyst with Nelnet (formerly Great Lakes Higher Education), would like to tell college and university students so they can get excited about a career in business continuity. Adjetey has been working in business continuity for eight years and he plans to spend the rest of his career in BC/DR. As he tells us, “With the emergency…
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The Doorman
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