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The best way forward is an efficient disaster recovery solution that helps respond with speed and agility, while empowering businesses to maintain continuous operations during an outage. Such a solution also ensures availability of critical systems, reduces revenue loss, and protects brand reputation. : Emergency Planning, Business Continuity Planning and Crisis Management.
Many companies today have a full Business Continuity Plan and believe that it will also serve as their Emergency Management plan in a major event that disables not only their environment but also the area surrounding the business. Many companies have a Public Relations plan but not a crisis plan to be used in the event of a situation that is life threatening such as when hostages are involved.
In order for a company to be truly prepared all three plans have to flow into each other effortlessly. This presentation will cover the importance of getting management buy in. Of combining the plans in such a way that there is a clear incident management structure. Crisis planning covers situations such as disgruntled employees, anthrax scares, hostage situations etc. Although very serious, the event does not affect the whole company and does not affect the structure or data.
An Emergency Plan covers situations such as Ice alerts, hurricanes, earthquakes as well as terrorist attacks. Although some past knowledge will exist for most emergency events, action plans have to be developed for the unexpected. Teams that can support the staff must be clearly defined and trained. This will also include some government liaison as well as community support.
In this webinar, Michael Redmond, CEO of Redmond Worldwide, Recovery expert will discuss how to identify the crucial elements that need to be considered when developing an effective disaster recovery plan. The webinar will also help understand how organizations can safeguard crucial data, maintain productivity, and limit financial losses during an outage.