The 2016 Continuity Insights Management Conference is taking place April 18-20, 2016 at Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, TN. We’re looking forward to another wonderful show!
We have a lot planned during CIMC 2016, and we hope you’ll join us:
- for breakfast and a demo of Catalyst
- at the booth (108)
- for an educational session
Please take a look below for more details on each. We look forward to seeing you soon!
JOIN US FOR BREAKFAST AND A DEMO
OPTIMIZE YOUR CONTINUITY PROGRAM WITH CATALYST
April 20, 2016 | 8:00-8:45 AM | Ryman Studio F/G | Continental Breakfast Provided
Speaker: Robert Giffin, Avalution Consulting
Register to attend in advance (optional): bccatalyst.com/ci
Catalyst makes business continuity and IT disaster recovery planning easy and repeatable for every organization. Join us to learn how Catalyst:
- Delivers the fastest implementation on the market
- Covers the ENTIRE continuity lifecycle
- Generates truly insightful (and automatic!) program metrics
- Saves you time by automating all administrative tasks
- Provides the lowest total cost of ownership
JOIN US IN THE EXHIBIT HALL
Stop by our booths during exhibit hours to meet our team, learn about our business continuity and IT disaster recovery consulting and software solutions, and enter for a chance to win an Apple Watch Sport!
Want to learn more about our products and services before the show?
JOIN US AT A SESSION
LEVERAGING THE NEW ISO 22317 BIA STANDARD TO MAKE YOUR PROGRAM MORE EFFECTIVE
When: Monday, April 18, 2016 | 4:00-5:00 PM
Speaker: Jacqueline Rupert, Avalution Consulting
How do you connect your business continuity program to your organization’s strategy, goals, and objectives? How do you produce meaningful, action-oriented business continuity requirements? This session addresses common challenges that organizations face when performing or refreshing a business impact analysis, and then introduces best practices to address these challenges – leveraging principles from one of ISO’s newest standards, ISO 22317.
Additional Resource: Introducing ISO 22317 – The Business Impact Analysis Standard