Seminar to Focus on DR drill preparation, procedures and expectations
Glastonbury - posted Sep, 16 2013
GLASTONBURY - Technology Partners will present a disaster recovery planning lunch-and-learn at Max Fish Restaurant, 110 Glastonbury Blvd., Glastonbury, on Friday, Sept. 20, at noon. Long-time Asigra Hybrid Partner, Technology Partners, will discuss the importance of disaster recovery planning and what technology professionals should look for in preparation for their next IT disaster recovery drill. In order to protect an organization’s IT operations from experiencing catastrophic data loss in the event of a data disaster, IT professionals must be pro-active and take steps to prepare their IT environment and ensure business continuity. A disaster recovery (DR) plan is not only essential to maintaining business up-time, but to ensuring compliance with regulations such as the Dodd Frank Act (in the financial services space) which require organizations to have detailed DR plans for policy adherence. To register, please contact Michelle Morin at 860-266-1024 or register online at: http://www.tpartners-freelunchandlearn-september.eventbrite.com/ To learn more about Technology Partners visit: www.tpartners.com.