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Continuity Insights Management Conference

Continuity Insights’ new webinar series focusing on current topics of critical importance to BC/DR community has added two new events. How Winter Threatens Your Business. And What To Do About It and Reimagining Business Resiliency: Taking Mass Notifications to the Next Level will take place on November 13 and November 15 respectively. Both webinars are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. ET.

How Winter Threatens Your Business. And What To Do About It will address the many diverse threats winter brings to businesses, in all environments. Business continuity during these times relies heavily on proper preparation and effective communications. What should you be doing to prepare your business and employees for winter? Find out on November 13. Registration is open here.

The second webinar, Reimagining Business Resiliency: Taking Mass Notifications to the Next Level, is extremely timely as mass notification systems have become a core component of most organizations’ business resiliency and disaster recovery operations. But too often notifications require a heavy manual component that can lead to human error and are siloed from business workflows in a way that limits the value notification systems can deliver to your organization.

Register for this webinar to learn how to incorporate mass notification into continuity planning, build a communication strategy for disaster scenarios, and maintain business resiliency in any critical event. Register for this event, scheduled for November 15, here.

Learn more about the complete Continuity Insights Webinar Series here.

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