Training

  • Designing a Business Continuity Training Program to Maximize Value & Minimize Cost

    Can management rely on a business continuity program if employees are unaware of their response and recovery strategies? No – and as a result, the time and resources invested in the planning effort are wasted. A properly…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Mar 26, 2007
  • Testing Strategies that Demonstrate Recoverability

    You can obtain assurance that your business continuity strategies will work in one of two ways – a test (a.k.a. an exercise) or a real-world event. Without either, no one can state that a business continuity strategy…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Feb 14, 2007
  • Selling Involvement

    Securing investment by management in business continuity resources is getting easier and easier. Current events, customer demands, regulatory requirements and governance imperatives are all leading executive managers to invest more resources into business and technology recovery and…

  • Solving the Training Dilemma

    Most organizations now consider crisis management and business continuity to be key components of an integrated risk management program. More and more companies are hiring experienced, credentialed business continuity professionals, and many plans are being documented. However,…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Aug 12, 2006
  • New Webcast: Using Technology to Extend the Reach of Exercises

    “Computer Based Training”, or CBT, technologies have been around for years, but the integration of multi-media capabilities is relatively new. Multi-media CBTs, when combined with traditional table-top exercising methods, enables business continuity planners to “test” and train…

  • Taking a Holistic View of Availability Risk

    The business continuity industry, driven by a growing body of regulations, standards and guidelines, is primarily focused on developing processes to limit the impact of a disaster to the business. This reactionary based approach is focused on…

    Avalution Team Avalution Team | Oct 01, 2005