Next week is Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013), an annual, global event that is facilitated by the Business Continuity Institute  taking place from the 18th – 22nd March 2013. Themed ” Business Continuity – for the risks you can see and the ones you can’t” will provide new opportunities for interested parties to engage with experts around the world and learn more about BCM and the ever growing range of risks that need to beRead More
Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013, an annual event that is facilitated by the Business Continuity Institute will take place from the 18th – 22nd March 2013. This year’s event themed” Business Continuity – for the risks you can see and the ones you can’t”will provide new opportunities for interested parties to engage with experts around the world and learn more about BCM and the ever growing range of risks that need to be planned for.Read More
With the upcoming Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013) in March 2013, ContinuitySA is hosting a breakfast talk on ISO22301, the International Standard for Business Continuity. If you want to develop your organisations resilience then you need to attend the upcoming sessions in Johannesburg on the 20th March 2013 and Cape Town on the 19th March 2013.       Our guest speaker Eugene Taylor will cover some of the following topics: Standards: The World andRead More
Business Continuity Awareness Week (BCAW2013) is an annual global event that is facilitated by the BCI and takes place from the 18th – 22nd March 2013. As a Gold Partner of the BCI, ContinuitySA will be focusing on a host of events to showcase the value of business continuity as an integrated part of any organisation’s strategy. The theme for BCAW2013 is” Business Continuity – for the risks you can see and the ones youRead More
The mere fact that you are reading this article implies that the last days predicted by modern-day Mayans and other apocalyptic have not arrived on schedule. “In fact, the risks we all face as we go into 2013 are much more complex, and thus much more difficult to counter,” says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity services. In what has become an annual exercise, Davies and members of his executiveRead More