When: Jan 13 2011
Presenting: Ashar Baig; Chairman of Cloud Backup & Recovery, SIG, SNIA
Most companies are so focused on data backup that they often forget "why" they are backing up their data in the first place. Data protection (backup, snapshots, replication, CDP, etc.) is just a means to an end.
Held: Jun 24 2010 5:00 pm
Presenting: Frank Leonetti, Oracle Professional Services, Practice Manager: BC/DR
Frank has been a featured and keynote speaker at several North American conferences including: DRJ, DRIE, CPM, CIO Forum, InfoWorld, Marcus Evans BC/Security Conference and several ACP events.
When: Jun 24 2010 6:00 am
Presenting: Jorge Sebastiao, BD Manager Managed Service, ICT & InfoSec Guru
With over 25 years of "Information and Communication Technology"-ICT experience, covering, managed services, outsourcing, security, business continuity, disaster recovery, vendor management, networking, infrastructure management, virtualization financial sector and telecom.
Held: Jun 24 2010 11:00 am
Presenting: Robert Shiveley, Mission-Critical Platform Marketing Manager, Data Center
Over the past decade dramatic changes have been taking place in the datacenter. Long gone are the days when Sun was the "dot" in .com and companies were scrambling to put in place e-Commerce strategies and place their businesses on the Internet super highway.
When: Jun 24 2010 2:00 pm
Presenting: David Hutcheson, Managing Director, Glen Abbot Ltd
This presentation will give clear and practical advice on how to run an incident, what to make sure your Incident Management plan covers and how to pick your team.
Held: Jun 24 2010 12:00 pm
Presenting: Daniel A. Dec; Fusion Risk Management, SVP, Information Security
This presentation will discuss the challenges and benefits of developing and managing an Operational Risk Management Program (ORMP).
When: Jun 24 2010 9:00 am
Presenting: Stephan Haux, Senior Product Manager EMEA, Iron Mountain
Every IT application protected by Business Continuity (BC) plans needs to include backup. In any BC plan, backup itself must be protected with at least high a level as the application if is supposed to protect.
7 Oct 2009 3:00 pm Presenting Michael Herrera, President/CEO & Patrick Potter, VP; MHA Consulting
The Business Impact Analysis (BIA)is the cornerstone of a quality Business Continuity Planning program and is a crucial first step to identifying the mission critical business processes of an organization.
Held: Jun 24 2010 3:00 pm
Presenting: Matt Dieckman; SonicWALL, Product Manager
At the beginning of this 2010, the harsh winter storms raging across the US brought many businesses to their knees - including even the most prepared of organizations like the Federal Government.
6 Oct 2009 1:00 pm Presenting Paul Kirvan, Board Member, The Business Continuity Institute
Traditionally the professions of business continuity,security management and IT operations have been seperate entities.