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New Webinar: Building Organizational Buy-in for Test = More Valuable Results

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Making the Case for Testing: How to Build Organizational Buy-in for Testing to Get More Valuable Results will be the featured topic during the next installment of the Continuity Insights Webinar Series scheduled for Wednesday, July 17, 2019. The discussion will be lead by Joel Navarro, Manager of Business Continuity for Mary Kay Inc. North America. He’ll be joined by Steven O’Neal, Disaster Solutions Architect with Agility Recovery.

Given the challenges that testing presents, it’s difficult to get significant value from running a successful test. During this webinar, Navarro and O’Neal will discuss proven tactics for addressing the common challenges of testing your business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) plan and how to ensure your organization gets value from your test by:

  • Gaining management support
  • Getting IT on board
  • Having all the resources required for the test in place ahead of time
  • Building on the BC/DR plan after the exercise.

The webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. ET and will allow time for audience participation and Q&A. Register free for Making the Case for Testing: How to Build Organizational Buy-in for Testing to Get More Valuable Results here.

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