No More Risky Business

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What risks does your business face? What events would and could disrupt your business, and how would you survive the interruption and loss of work, product or cash flow?

Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013) is a global educational event designed to help business owners understand more about business continuity management (BCM), its applications and benefits.

Taking place from 18 – 22 March 2013, BCI gold partner ContinuitySA will be focusing on a host of free events to showcase the value of business continuity as an integrated part of any organisation’s strategy in South Africa.

Be prepared

This year’s theme, ‘Business Continuity – for the risks you can see and the ones you can’t’ will provide new opportunities for interested parties to engage with experts around the world and learn more about BCM and the ever-growing range of risks that need to be planned for.

The BCI and its partners will be publishing new research and papers throughout the week, and through a series of Webinars you can engage with authors on these reports. The webinars can be viewed live and questions can be asked or watched online at your leisure.

The webinars

 

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This year ContinuitySA will be presenting the following Webinars:

Webinar one

Name: Sensible ICT Protection and Recovery Methods

Presented by: Bradley Janse van Rensburg, Solutions Design Manager, ContinuitySA.

Overview: Overwhelmed by the muddle of conflicting technology terms, jargon, buzzwords and misinformation, CIOs and IT Managers are finding it increasingly difficult to objectively compare the different ICT Protection and Recovery Methods available to them and pick an approach that both matches their existing requirement and empowers their long term strategy.

In this webinar ContinuitySA will clarify the difference between High Availability, Replication, Backup and Archiving and give a recommended approach to entrench resilience into ICT systems and business.

Date: Friday 22 March

Time: 13:00 – 13.45GMT + 2

http://www.continuitysa.co.za/ai1ec_event/bcaw2013-webinar-sensible-ict-protection-and-recovery-methods-2/?instance_id=88

Webinar two

Name:Mobile Recovery

Presented by: Mark Beverley, General Manager: Service Delivery, ContinuitySA

Overview:  Portable recovery solutions for partial disaster situations

Date: Monday 18 March

Time: 13.00 – 13.45GMT + 2

http://www.continuitysa.co.za/ai1ec_event/bcaw2013-webinar-mobile-recovery/?instance_id=87

Webinar three

Name:Enterprise migration and adoption of cloud

Presented by: Shaheen Kalla, Manager: Managed Services, ContinuitySA

Overview: Will analyse the factors which promote migration to cloud based solutions and environments which are best suited for cloud. The webinar will talk around the migration plan for corporates into cloud services, what are the factors to consider and levels of planning needed when considering a cloud based solutions. What are the various steps along the way and potential pitfalls?

Date: Tuesday 19 March

Time: 13:00 – 13.45 GMT + 2

http://www.continuitysa.co.za/ai1ec_event/bcaw2013-webinar-enterprise-migration-and-adoption-of-cloud/?instance_id=90

For more information or to register for any of these events please visit www.continuitysa.com or contact Cindy Bodenstein, marketing manager for ContinuitySA on cindy.bodenstein@continuitysa.co.za

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