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Vital Records Identification and Protection and Disaster Recovery

Does your company have a business recovery plan? How about a plan for your information assets (aka RECORDS)? Or an IT disaster plan? Anybody got a plan? Going once, going twice…

 Export to Your Calendar 10/31/2018
When: Wednesday, October 31, 2018
9:00 AM
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Murphy Oil Company
9805 Katy Fwy
Houston, Texas  77024
United States
Contact: Kanada Hardy
281-210-5348


Online registration is available until: 10/31/2018
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Does your company have a business recovery plan? How about a plan for your information assets (aka RECORDS)? Or an IT disaster plan? Anybody got a plan? Going once, going twice…

We all know disaster can strike at any time in any form and other than your human capital your records are the most important part of your business.  Without them you likely won't be able to operate your business.

This session is designed to give you an in-depth look at how to develop your Vital Records plan and choose appropriate protection methods for your organization’s assets.  We’ll also talk about the alignment needed between your company’s business continuity, disaster and IT plans and tips for getting everyone on the same page.

Other topics will include how to complete a risk assessment, developing a Disaster Recovery plan and a review of some real world disaster images with information on how they were handled.

 

Tickets for this event are $50.00 and Breakfast is Provided.

Speaker for this event is Kimberly DeCola

Kimberly DeCola has 12 years of records and information management experience and has been a Certified Records Manager since 2016. She is currently a Records Analyst with the City of Austin, having worked for the City for over 16 years. Kim previously worked in establishing the City Records and Information Management program by providing consulting services and training to City departments and now helms the Information Governance program for the Austin Convention Center. Her areas of expertise include: disaster planning and recovery, training, education and awareness, long-term preservation, risk management and compliance. Kim is also a frequent presenter and has worked with the Texas Department of Information Resources, the Association of Continuity Planners-Austin Chapter, Austin ARMA and ARMA Houston on Disaster Planning and Recovery and recently served as a disaster recovery expert for a war games exercise at the 2018 Innotech conference.

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