Spring, TX (PRWEB) December 15, 2005
We don’t have to tell you that there are many ways that your business can be harmed by natural disaster, death of key managers, etc.
Jumping on the bandwagon of the latest fear -- whether it be Hurricanes or Avian Flu, is not the right approach. A calm, reasoned approach that covers all possible threats is what is needed. This seminar covers disaster and disruption avoidance. Planning is a profitable exercise in that many incidents can be prevented, and others can be prepared for.
Does your business have what it takes to survive and keep running in the face of the next disaster?
This 3 day training session is led by two experienced Disaster Recovery planners, Gerry Printz, and David Ashley. Here’s what one of Gerry’s clients says about his services:
”By drawing upon his background and number of years in this profession, we have found Gerry Printz to be an extremely 'user friendly' and accommodating professional in helping us reach our disaster recovery comfort level. His approaches allow us to address our unique aspects, highlight areas of awareness that we would never come up with on our own, and provide a complete approach to solving our problems. His customized user training was instrumental in getting program buy-in from our entire organization.
I highly recommend the services of Gerry Printz to any one who wants to ensure that their Disaster Recovery plan actually works.”
Lee Miller, VP of Quality for Miller Transporters, Jackson, MS.
Participants will learn the skills and steps needed to prepare their own Business Continuity Plans, and also have portions of their current plans evaluated. Included are detailed discussion and training on business unit and technical recovery plans.
It is open to all interested parties regardless of platform or ERP software. For more details on the agenda and to register, please go to http://www.ERPtips.com/BusinessContinuityPlanning.asp.
Intended Participants: COO/CFO/CIO/Director of IT and those responsible for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery.
In this age of ongoing external and internal threats, Contingency Planning (Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery) will make your company a winner.
This intensive three-day workshop will take you through all these topics in sufficient detail to enable you to complete your own plans after the course is over. Not only will you learn the concepts from a practitioner’s point of view, you will also learn them from an auditor’s prospective. You will leave with the framework of a business continuity plan, a technical recovery plan, a business impact analysis plan, information management policies and a risk assessment geared towards your business.
You will also develop an understanding of how to deliver user awareness sessions and maintain records concerning your information management program.
Gerry Printz is a certified IS Auditor, Business Continuity Planner and Information Systems Security Professional. He has over 25 years experience as a teacher, practitioner, coach, consultant and auditor, with the last 11 of those years being an independent consultant. Gerry has written over 100 business continuity plans, been involved in well over 50 plan exercises and had real life recovery experience utilizing his plans. He is currently the acting Business Continuity Manager for multiple clients. He has also prepared policies for many clients as well as presented awareness sessions on the value of proper information management. Besides creating plans and programs, Gerry has audited many for compliance. Gerry speaks often on the topic of Information Management and is a regular presenter at the Disaster Recovery Journal’s FallWorld and SpringWorld conferences – the world’s largest conferences on Business Continuity Planning.
David Ashley is the Audit and Compliance practice leader for Klee Associates / ERPtips. David comes to Klee Associates after a 25-year career in IT with a major worldwide manufacturer, where he headed up the areas of computer operations, business continuity, disaster recovery, information security, regulatory compliance, and information systems audits. David holds a MBA degree, is a Certified Systems Auditor (CISA), and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM). David offers perspectives from the user viewpoint as well as that of the auditor community.
This 3-day workshop will help you create a complete business continuity/disaster recovery program for your company that is reality and audit tested.
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