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Business Continuity Awareness Week updates

New events have been added to Continuity Central’s BCAW update page.

These include:

BCI webinars:

Monday 17th March

The potential financial impact of not having a BC programme in place
James Halpin and Alastair O'Brien of Plan B Consulting

Counting the cost - a meta analysis of the cost of ineffective BC
Patrick Alcantara of the BCI

Tuesday 18th March

Here comes the rain again - building resiliency for adverse weather
Clare Betley and Helen Scott of IBM

Wednesday 19th March

The challenge of global critical communications: think global, act local
David Flower and Scott Chenery of Everbridge

Thursday 20th March

A simple and cost effective method to boost your continuity planning
Fredrik Pettersson and Angelica Olofsson of Actea Consulting

The house with no foundations
Richard Trotman and James Cooke of PwC

Mega-trends: what is the cost if we continue to ignore them?
Jack Armstrong of PwC

Friday 21st March

Horizon Scanning
Andrew Scott of the BCI and Lorna Anderson of BSI

Phoenix opens its doors for Business Continuity Awareness Week

Organizations of all sizes can arrange a time to tour the Phoenix business continuity facilities across the UK, to meet with business continuity experts and have their questions answered. 

Mike Osborne, managing director of Phoenix’s Business Continuity Unit and a keen advocate of BCAW, commented:  

“Everyone appreciates the importance of awareness – within our own organization, along our supply chains and throughout our economy – there’s simply no downside in sharing information, advice and encouragement to help businesses to embrace and further their resiliency, whatever stage they’re at or challenges they face.

 “During BCAW visitors to our centres can find out what services are available, discuss their current BC dilemmas with leading BC experts and discover how they can align their recovery strategies with the advances they have already seen across their IT infrastructures, particularly with the adoption of approaches such as virtualisation, Cloud computing and BYOD.”

Please click here to see the centre locations and arrange a visit.

•Date: 11th March 2014 • Various •Type: Article • Topic: BCAW 2014

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