Business Continuity: Leveraging VR/AR and Virtualization technologies for Business Continuity in Turbulent TimesJune 15, 2020
The Role of RPA in Business Continuity PlanningJune 19, 2020
“My session is going to really talk a little bit about some of the various activities of what’s going on today. So we’re gonna look at what, what is required to set up a business continuity program, Some of the critical concepts that people should look at in creating a successful program. I’m going to spend some time talking about testing and simulation because I think that’s something that’s very key to really demonstrate how a program works and it’s effective is how much you test and how much you can actually simulate a crisis. It’s not just a matter of, I’ve written a plan, and it works, but you have to run it through its various paces, and I’m going to talk a lot about simulation and testing, and the importance of that.
And then, I want to talk a little bit about the pandemic and want to talk about how it’s companies have reacted and responded to it, how it’s different, and really how the response to the pandemic for many, many organizations is really more of a business as usual. If you have a qualified business continuity program that looks at event-driven responses, meaning, what happens if your people aren’t available or what happens if your locations aren’t operational? You know, if you build your plans around these basic, high-level concepts.
You know the pandemic really wasn’t that much different than a hurricane going through South Florida. So, I think that’s, I think there are some interesting correlations that I’m going to talk about that I think will have a lot of value, and is very timely, as well.”