October Webinar Coming on Wednesday
Sungard Availability Services Presents:
Ready to Recover to the Cloud? Be Sure to Consider These Things First.
Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Joseph George, VP Project Management, Global Recovery Services
You recognize the advantages of cloud recovery. You’re ready to get started. But before you jump in, there are a number of questions you should ask and changes you should prepare for.
What are the cost implications, and what level of performance will you get? Will transitioning to a cloud-based recovery solution speed up your recovery? Should you do it yourself or partner with a provider? Should you recover in a service provider’s environment or to the public cloud? What about your work loads running in a public cloud?
In this presentation, we’ll take an in-depth look at these and other key factors to consider when adopting a cloud recovery strategy.
About the Presenter: Joseph George, Vice President of Product Management at Sungard AS, joined the company in September 2013. He is responsible for product management for the Recovery as a Service (RaaS) portfolio as well as Managed Hosting. He is a highly experienced technology product management leader, strong understanding of technology, extensive business management experience and proven analytical skills.
Previously George was with NetIQ, a global enterprise software company, for almost eight years in various business management roles. Most recently, he served as Director of Business Operations & Program Management for all products, prior to which he led the Application and Performance Management product management team. Before joining NetIQ, George held several product management and engineering positions with IBM /Tivoli over a seven year period. Prior to that, George worked in various engineering roles at Nortel Networks, Texas Instruments and Wiltel/Worldcom.
Joseph George holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from The University of Texas at Austin – The McCombs School of Business, a Master of Science (MS) degree from Mississippi State University and a Bachelor of Technology degree from the University of Kerala, India. He holds several patents and is a frequent author of technical articles and blogs for CIO and Forbes.com.
Presented by the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
Risks and Strategies Involved With an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack.
Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern; 10:00 AM Pacific
Presenter: Dr. Edward Goldberg, CBCP
Why do you, as a continuity planner or resiliency SME, need to know what an EMP is? Do you need to worry about it? Prepare for it? What if our nation’s power went out and stayed out for 6 months or a year? What if phones stopped working? What if all motor vehicles stopped running? Ed will discuss the effect an attack would have on business and society and what is being done and/or can be done to mitigate and recover from it.
About the Presenter: Dr. Ed Goldberg is the Manager of BC, DR & Threat Assessment for Eversource Energy and in his second tenure as a member of the ACP National Board of Directors, currently serving as the National Treasurer. Ed is responsible for all Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning for Eversource corporate functions. He is responsible for overall threat assessment processes. Ed received his BSEE and MBA from the University of New Haven, his Post Graduate Certificate in Computer Communication Networks from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and his Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, Business Administration and Management, from the University of Phoenix. Ed is a member of the ACP Connecticut Chapter.
More than 2,000 people participated in ACP webinars last year. ACP's webinar series is developed by business continuity professionals specifically for people in the field, guaranteeing that programs are substantive and timely.
Are you an ACP member? Visit the webinar archives to watch past webinars anytime it fits your schedule.
Below are just some of the titles from the ACP webinar series
Learn How to Move To and From Clouds Without Getting an Ulcer
Presenter: Christian Lappin, Director of Sales Engineering at TierPoint
How to Get What You Need From Hotels When Your Plan (And Your Business!) Depend on It
Presenter: Michelle Lowther, founder of Continuity Housing
Business Preparedness for Pandemics and Flu Season
Presenter: Harlan Dolgin, JD, CBCP Bio Defense Network and ACP National Member
Case Studies: Community Efforts to Enhance Workplace Preparedness for Bioterrorism
Presenter: Harlan Dolgin, JD, CBCP, Bio Defense Network and ACP National Member
Getting the Most Value From Your Continuity and Disaster Recovery Solution
Presenters: David Tedford, National Sales Manager, Rentsys Recovery Services and Bill Arnold, CIO, Service Credit Union
Active Shooter in Your Workplace: Tactical Planning and Response
Presenter: Bo Mitchell, 911 Consulting and ACP Connecticut Chapter Member
San Francisco Bay Chapter Simulcast
Presenters: Cheyene Marling of BC Management, Inc. and Lissette Giorgi, CBCP, Vice President, Wells Fargo Treasury Management
Blast & Flood Zones, Terrorism and DDoS Attacks: New Elements of a Comprehensive DR Plan
Presenter: Christian Lappin, Director, Sales Engineering at TierPoint and an active member of the FBI Infragard Task Force and the American Red Cross' Disaster Services team
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