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Location Intelligence: Keeping Track of Covered Assets for Property Insurance Purposes #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 2, 2012

I was wondering how insurance companies keep track of all their covered assets and then assess the damage due to catastrophic events such as Superstorm Sandy. Clearly such storms generate...

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Superstorm Sandy: November 1, 2012 Gartner Blog Post Summary #Sandy

by Business Continuity  |  November 1, 2012

One of the things I take seriously as a part of my job is making it easy for Gartner clients to get access to our research in a timely manner....

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Hurricane Sandy: How Many Emergency Alerts Did You Get, From Whom and How Effective Were They? - #HurricaneSandy

by Business Continuity  |  October 29, 2012

Starting Thursday October 25, 2012, I have received a number of emergency alerts from a variety of players - in some cases more than one from some of the players:...

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September is National Preparedness Month in the U.S.: Take Advantage of It

by Business Continuity  |  September 4, 2012

It’s September. Kids are back to school and we adults have an internal clock driving us to start something new. BCM professionals can take advantage of this quest by leveraging...

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Gartner's Emergency/Mass Notification Market Analysis Reports Are Published!

by Business Continuity  |  March 27, 2012

It took some time, but we published four new notes regarding the emergency/mass notification market. Magic Quadrant for U.S. Emergency/Mass Notification Services Published: 8 March 2012 ID:G00217610   Analyst(s): Roberta J....

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Are You Prepared for a Zombie Attack?

by Business Continuity  |  November 2, 2011

Most of us think about computer-based zombies but this survey provides some needed humorous diversion from all of the weather-related power outages in the Northeast U.S. Take the Zombie Risk...

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Attend Your Local ACP Tabletop Exercise! You Will Learn A Lot (and in the safety of a non-workplace environment)

by Business Continuity  |  September 28, 2011

On Tuesday September 20, 2011, I attended my local CT ACP chapter’s annual tabletop exercise. Hosted at Northeast Utilities, the ACP management team in conjunction with NU’s BCM team, conducted...

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What's Changed in BCM Since 9/11: A Ten Year Review

by Business Continuity  |  September 13, 2011

Anniversaries of major events - personal and public - trigger much reflection on what has changed since the event, and 9/11 is no different. I went back to my experience...

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New "Get Tech Ready" Web Resource from FEMA's Ready Campaign

by Business Continuity  |  August 31, 2011

Ensuring your staff is prepared and safe before, during and after a disaster goes a long way in ensuring workforce resilience - in other words, that your workforce will be...

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Surviving Hurricane Irene: What Worked, What Didn't, What Was New?

by Business Continuity  |  August 30, 2011

As most of us are now on the other side of Hurricane Irene, we want to ask everyone what recovery controls worked, which didn't and which were new for your...

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