Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Troy McAlpin, CEO of xMatters, inc., a global leader in enabling business processes with communications, will be leading a general session Monday, March 31, 2014 at Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) Spring World in Orlando, Fl. His session, “When Business Interruption Requires Intelligent Communications”, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET and is open to all attendees.
Disaster Recovery Journal Spring World is one of the world’s largest conferences for business continuity and disaster recovery. Celebrating its 50th conference over two decades, Disaster Recovery Journal has designed this year’s event to provide attendees with the knowledge they need to succeed in the business continuity field through a variety of in-depth sessions, hands-on exercises, workshops and courses.
In his session, Troy McAlpin will address the technological advancements necessary for enterprises to succeed in an era of complexity driven by the rapid adoption of mobile and cloud infrastructure. He will discuss how organizations are leveraging new technologies to engage during times of business interruption, including real-world examples to educate attendees on how to adopt new services while avoiding common pitfalls.
The specific details for the session are below:
In addition, xMatters will be exhibiting at DRJ Spring World at booth number 501. To learn more about Disaster Recovery Journal Spring World 2014, visit: http://www.drj.com/events/spring-world-2014/homepage.html
About xMatters, inc.
xMatters’ cloud-based solution enables any business process or application to trigger two-way communications (text, voice, email, SMS, etc.) throughout the extended enterprise during time-sensitive events. With over a decade of experience in rapid communication, xMatters serves more than 1,000 leading global firms to ensure business operations run smoothly and effectively during incidents such as IT failures, product recalls, natural disasters, dynamic staffing, service outages, medical emergencies and supply-chain disruption. xMatters is headquartered in San Ramon, CA with additional offices in London and Sydney. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.