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Recovery at Risk: Aligning Your DR Plans with Business Priority
In this article for Peer to Peer Magazine, Bob Mellinger, founder and president of Attainium Corp, provides guidance to ensure that your Disaster Recovery Plan aligns with your business priorities. (International Legal Technology Association)
Attainium is delighted to be collaborating with the Novick Group to bring you expert services to help Plan-A-ware - Business Continuity Planning. There is a synergy with what we both try to accomplish... to help you when the unexpected happens.
Lessons Learned from the Disaster Recovery Session
Rob Kaighn from Personify interviewed Joan Cear, VP of Kellen Communications, and Stacy Vail, Director, Board and Executive Operations of Construction Specification Institute about their participation in The Disaster Experience at the ASAE Annual Meeting, where they went though a real-life disaster scenario conducted by Bob Mellinger of Attainium.
Association Tech News Extra: Interview Bob Mellinger
Disasters hit unexpectedly and there are various kinds. The one thing that should be established is how your organization will handle those events. Bob Mellinger from Attainium joined George Breeden to share what organizations can do to prepare a disaster recovery plan.
What Do Facility Managers Need in Business Continuity Plans?
In this video from NFMT: Bob Mellinger, president of Attainium Corp., discusses strategies facility managers can use to develop a successful business continuity plan.
Developing a business continuity plan (BCP) is a complex task that affects all facets of commercial and institutional facilities. But breaking down a BCP into 10 key steps can help facility professionals develop a plan that will best prepare their organizations to resume normal operations as quickly as possible after disaster strikes. (facilities.net)
Business Continuity Planning: A 10-Step Guide
To help focus managers and other parties in the development of a plan, Bob Mellinger outlines 10 steps in that process. He acknowledges that all steps should carry the same level of importance, and certain steps apply to some facilities more than others, depending on the type of organization and region of the country in which the building resides. (facilities.net)