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Arts & Entertainment

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History

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Education

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For Business Owners and Managers - What you need to look for in your IT Disaster Recovery Drill - Executive Summary Report

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Sep 20, 2013
12:00 pm until 1:00 pm

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For Business Owners and Managers - What you need to look for in your IT Disaster Recovery Drill - Executive Summary Report

WHO:     Technology Partners

WHAT:   Lunch & Learn: What you need to look for in your IT Disaster Recovery Drill – Executive Summary Report

WHEN:   September 20, 2013 at 12 pm EDT

WHERE: Max Fish Restaurant, 110 Glastonbury Blvd., Glastonbury, CT 06033

 

In order to protect an organization’s IT operations from experiencing catastrophic data loss in the event of a data disaster, IT professionals must be proactive and take steps to prepare their IT environment and ensure business continuity. A disaster recovery (DR) plan is not only essential to maintaining business uptime, but to ensuring compliance with regulations such as the Dodd Frank Act (in the financial services space) which require organizations to have detailed DR plans for policy adherence.

 

"To guarantee the best possible result after a natural or man-made disaster, it is important for business owners, managers and IT specialists to work collectively and develop a comprehensive DR plan,” said Michelle Morin, Account Executive, Technology Partners. "This event allows us the opportunity to present specific strategies and tactics to help organizations defend against upcoming data disasters in order to prevent extended business outages."

 

“Many organizations believe they do not have the time to adequately plan for an IT disaster,” said Tracy Staniland, VP, Corporate Marketing, Asigra. “By aligning with IT service leaders like Technology Partners, organizations gain peace of mind in knowing that their data is accessible if a disaster should strike—ensuring that operations are returned to business as usual.”

 

To register, please contact Michelle Morin at 860-266-1024 or register online at:

http://www.tpartners.com/news.html

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