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Business continuity briefs:
11th March 2014

'Business continuity briefs' provides a summary of new product and services press releases and other useful resources published recently:

2nd Annual Business Continuity & Emergency Preparedness for Utilities Conference
marcus evans’ 2nd Annual Business Continuity & Emergency Preparedness for Utilities Conference will take place from May 13th-15th in Chicago, IL.The meeting will cover lessons learned in business continuity and emergency response planning, ICS implementation, mutual assistance, cyber security threats, regulatory impacts and the aging workforce, among others. More details.

F-24 UK Customer Event 2014
F-24 UK is hosting a free Alerting and Crisis Management event for both customers and prospective users of FACT24 on Wednesday 2nd April 2014 at Thistle Hotel, Marble Arch, London. More details.

BANG London March event
BANG’s March event in London will take place on March 26, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
The subject will be the ‘Backlog Trap Black Swan,’presented by Jim Burtles. More details.

CAST introduces CIO Dashboard for IT application risk management
CAST’s new AIP release features a dashboard inspired by Windows 8 live-tile, the first of its kind to give CIOs simple, objective, and actionable insight into their critical systems: insight that helps drives out risks, improves productivity, and elevates quality. Now CIOs can quickly and easily see top-level analytics of their applications at a glance to aid them in making important business decisions for their organization. http://www.castsoftware.com

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Date: 11th March 2014 • Region: Various

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