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Superstorm Sandy: November 2, 2012 Gartner Blog Post Summary #Sandy

by Roberta J. Witty  |  November 2, 2012  |  Comments Off on Superstorm Sandy: November 2, 2012 Gartner Blog Post Summary #Sandy

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. So here is the list of Gartner BCM Blog posts related to Cyclone/Hurricane Sandy. I’ll compile a list every day so that you can easily find everything you need.

You might also find our Research Roundup for BCM and IT-DRM useful to find our published research on all topics related to business continuity management and disaster recovery.

A Post from My Colleague Jay Heiser: How much emergency power does your home phone have?   #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

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

A Post from My Colleague Stan Aronow: Recovering Your Supply Chain in Times of Disaster  #Sandy  #HurricaneSandy

Post-Sandy Advisory #2: How to Recharge Your Cell Phone in Unique Ways  #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague John Morency: Workarea Recovery Provider Assessment Questions  #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Jack Santos: Sandy, the Nexus and Telework  #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Allen Weiner: Lack of Social Media May Foil Free Taco Marketing Plan (this is about Hurricane Sandy) #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Andrea DiMaio: Hurricane Sandy Confirms the Tactical Nature of Social Media #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Bill Gassman: Three Marketing Lessons from Hurricane Sandy #HurricaneSandy #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Craig Roth: The Impact of Hurricane Sandy #HurricaneSandy #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Donna Scott: Is Power Recovery your Weakest Link? #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

A Post from My Colleague French Caldwell: Expect to Hear About How Social Tech Enabled Self Relief in Sandy #HurricaneSandy #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague Jay Heiser: Electrical Fragility #Sandy #HurricaneSandy

A Post from My Colleague Jim Duggan: Recurring Lessons Learned from Major Disasters #HurricaneSandy #Sandy

A Post from My Colleague John Morency: What Can be Learned about Cloud–based Recovery in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy #Sandy

A Post from My Soon-to-Be Gartner Consultant Colleague Belinda Wilson: Thoughts On Crisis Declaration and Interdependencies #Sandy

Good Advice from Ready Campaign • U.S. Department of Homeland Security • Washington, DC 20528 • 202-282-8000 #HurricaneSandy

Post-Sandy Advisory No.1 #Sandy

Sign Up For Your Area’s Emergency Alert Messages

Some Unique Pointers from Two Webinars I Attended – October 29, 2012 – #HurricaneSandy

VERY Practical Hurricane Sandy Advice from Arnold Chase on the Colin McEnroe Radio Show – #HurricaneSandy

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

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Roberta J. Witty
Research VP
11 years at Gartner
33 years IT industry

Roberta Witty is a research VP in Gartner Research, where she is part of the Compliance, Risk and Leadership group. Her primary area of focus is business continuity management and disaster recovery. Ms. Witty is the role specialty lead for… Read Full Bio




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