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For example, many communities and regions are focusing their recovery efforts on promoting development that is located out of harm’s way, preserves important natural and working lands, and takes advantage of the historic buildings and traditional downtowns that attract and retain businesses and young people.
Others are grasping the opportunity to think creatively about economic development, strengthening entrepreneurship programs, retraining the workforce, and taking an asset-based approach that lays the groundwork for long-term wealth creation.
[VIEW THE 2108 CONTINUITY INSIGHTS MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE PROGRAM] Featured case studies will focus on implementing a global BCM training program, real-time communication in a complex threat environment, supply chain risk management, implementing adaptive business continuity, the evolving world of disaster recovery, and more.
Presenters will include expert business continuity practitioners from Verizon Wireless, EY (Ernst & Young), T.
Rowe Price, Cisco Systems, Turner, Kwik Trip, Brink’s, Nationwide, Weill Cornell Medical College, and more.
The complete Case Studies track session line-up includes: A1: So, You Have a Disaster…Now What? How do quickly and successfully did employees get back to work?
Case Studies published February 8, 2019 Iowa State Savings Bank (ISSB), a locally owned community bank in Knoxville needed to make improvements to its business continuity and disaster recovery plan, and they turned to Aureon for help.
After an overhaul of their hardware and design infrastructure, ISSB can now rest easy knowing that all critical banking functions could be back on track quickly if something happened.
Businesses can suffer costly damage, be cut off from supply lines, lose sales, and experience interrupted operations.
In some cases, they may even be forced to close permanently.