Preparing for the Unexpected (Feb 7/19) – Business Impact Analysis: Tips and Slips When Performing a BIA

The 2019-02-07 show if an encore presentation of our most popular show – BIA: Tips and Slips.   

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/110846/encore-business-impact-analysis-tips-and-slips-when-performing-a-bia

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The StoneRoad Team

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Preparing for the Unexpected (2019-03-07): Testing & Exercising – Beyond Tabletops

The 2019-03-07 show focuses on Testing and Exercising: Beyond Tabletops with Master Exercise Planner, Joe Bechtold. 

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/110256/testing-and-exercising-beyond-tabletops

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected (Jan 17/19): The BIA and its Relevance to Disaster Recovery

Our 2019-01-17 show focuses on The BIA and its Relevance to Disaster Recovery. Our guest will be industry expert Dennis Lenard.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/108770/the-bia-and-its-relevance-to-disaster-recovery

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected (2018-06-14): Adaptive Business Continuity – Part 2

The 2018-06-14 broadcast is Part 2 of by chat with David Lindstedt and Mark Armour about Adaptive BCP. Like Part 1, it’s sure to be insightful and eye-opening.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/107358/adaptive-business-continuity-a-new-approach-part-2

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-02-22: Business Impact Analysis: Tips and Slips

Our February 22nd 2018 show is an Encore presentation of one of our most popular show – “Business Impact Analysis: Tips and Slips When Performing a BIA”.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/104749/encore-business-impact-analysis-tips-and-slips-when-performing-a-bia

Enjoy!

The StoneRoad Team

Business Continuity Management (BCM) / Disaster Recovery (DR) Document Templates Available for Small and Medium Businesses!!

Not every business can spend thousands and thousands of dollars on expensive software packages to get their BCM / DR programs off the ground – or has the time to get software configured and ready for use.

Having experienced these challenges first hand, StoneRoad developed a cheaper alternative: we developed document templates for Business Impact Analysis (BIA), Business Continuity Plans (BCP) and more.

Visit the StoneRoad site and go to the Shop section to view the various templates available and get your program moving with a low cost alternative to expensive software! Each template provides instructions on what information is needed so that you can build your program with less fuss – and with more results!

Here’s just a sample of our document offerings:

1) Test Scope Charter Document (Word Document)
2) Business Impact Analysis (BIA) (Excel Worksheets)
3) Operating Unit Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Template (Word Document)
4) Emergency Employee Logistics & Pandemic Plan (Word Document)
5) Test Executive Summary (Word Document)

…and more. We’re adding new templates all the time to help you. We even have BCM & DR books and ebooks available.

So download what you need and get started!

Happy planning!

Regards,
The StoneRoad Team

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BCM & DR Books to Help Build Your Program by A.Alex Fullick, MBCI, CBCP, CBRA, v3ITIL

The message about disasters, disaster planning and business continuity is slowly spreading throughout the globe, as we see more and more organizations beginning to realize the value of preparedness and response activities to protect their operations and instil confidence in those they do business with.

Here at StoneRoad, we’ve seen a spike in people asking us questions and seeking advice on Business Continuity Management (BCM) / Disaster Recovery Programs – and we couldn’t be happier.

So we’d like to remind you that there are some great books by our founder, Alex Fullick, that can help provide great insight into how a good program operates – and how it shouldn’t. The books noted below are available on Amazon.com and at our own shop over at www.stone-road.com.

1) Heads in the Sand: What Stops Corporations From Seeing Business Continuity as a Social Responsibility

2) Business Impact Analysis (BIA): Building the Foundation for a Strong Business Continuity Program

3) Made Again – Volume 1: Practical Advice for Business Continuity Programs

4) Made Again – Volume 2: Practical Advice for Business Continuity Programs

Keep an eye out for the next book by A.Alex Fullick; “Testing Disaster and Business Continuity Plans” expected to launch in the fall of 2014.

Until then, happy planning!!

Regards,
The StoneRoad Team

© 2014, Stone Road Inc.