The recent pandemic has shed light on the importance of having an effective disaster recovery and business continuity plan. Not in the sense that the coronavirus can shut your business operations down, but it can directly impact how your business functions. With employees working from home, there is an increased risk of loss of data, security breaches, and network outages. So, how can a business ensure they can fully recover their business processes in the event of a loss? We’ll discuss how disaster recovery and business continuity planning can help sustain business operations during these times.
Join BIG for an eight part webinar series that covers all the facets of working remotely. From remote working tools, to cybersecurity, collaboration and employee engagement, to how to maintain a remote workforce culture, and important disaster recovery plans – BIG is here to help you adjust to the new normal.
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Mike Nitchman, Vice President of Network Operations
Mike is the Vice President of Network & Security Operations for Business Information Group, with over 30 years’ experience designing and implementing network solutions. Prior to joining BIG, he was the President of NetVision which focused on networking services for small and medium sized businesses. Mike has earned many certifications along the way including, Cisco Certified Network Professional for Enterprise and Security, as well as his VMware Certification. Mike is a member of the Rotary Club of York and serves on the Membership Committee.
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