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Business must be ready when big trouble hits
BEP Institute COO Dominic Bonacci is quoted in this Crain's Cleveland Business article underscoring how data recoery is but one small piece of business continuity planning.
Feb 10-16, 2014
USPS Announces End to Saturday Delivery
Dominic Bonacci, COO of the BEP Institute noted that the USPS' announcement occurred during February's Go Direct Month - an initiative of the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve to encourage direct deposit and other electronic transfers of money. The ability to receive/send money electronically has business continuity implications in situations where you are not available to receive checks at your mailbox due to large scale evacuations or massive damage or in situations where your mailbox is inaccessible due to fire or infrastructure failures (such as a water main break).
February 6, 2012
by Dominic Bonacci
. While not all "disasters" risk life and limb how we react in such a situation is pretty consistent. Understanding how people react in those situations can help us better train our people (and ourselves) to focus on those traits that give us the best chance at success and survival.
This was an article originally appeared September 15, 2010 as a Disaster Recovery Journal online-exclusive
by Pauline Frommers
Chances are that you won’t be in an earthquake, mudslide, tsunami or hurricane, but these tips will help you prepare for the worst. Including some tips from BEP Institute Executive Director Ann Gynn.
This article originally appeared on Bing Travel in March, 2010.
Resource for WKYC story on preventive measures to avoid the flu.
Ann Gynn, Executive Director quoted in story that ran October 20, 2009 (6pm and 11pm)
Newspaper notes efforts to educate businesses on Pandemic Flu preparation.
"…Business Emergency Planning Institute [is] helping businesses understand what to do to get through the flu season."