NAV CENTRE hosts disaster recovery open house
CORNWALL, ON – Connecting people to information remains a key challenge for organizations in the wake of disasters and prolonged power/communication outages. Although many organizations have a disaster recovery plan in place for their IT systems, few have adequate plans for recovering their workforce.
SunGard Availability Services and NAV CANADA are partnering to provide comprehensive solutions for organizations to recover their most important asset: their people.
C-Level executives, I.T. Managers, Risk Assessment Experts, and accredited media are invited to attend on Wednesday, May 9th at NAV CENTRE in Cornwall, Ontario to see first-hand how this new partnership will provide workforce continuity options in the Montreal-Ottawa region for the first time!
Event organizers have already signed up key business leaders from some of Canada’s most accomplished companies for this one-day event, as well as top-level decision makers with the Federal Government.
“We’re very happy to be hosting a diverse group of business and government officials,” said Kim Coe Turner, General Manager of NAV CENTRE. “It will be quite the gathering and an excellent networking opportunity for those who recognize the need to plan for business interruptions.”
The one-day only event will feature seminars on the need for organizations to develop Workforce Continuity solutions, including real-life case studies. Attendees will be provided an exclusive tour of the NAV CENTRE facility and SunGard’s team of experts will be on hand throughout the day to discuss best practices and recovery solutions.
One model of workforce continuity is to move to an-offsite location that will allow an organization’s workforce to get back online and working. The NAV CENTRE facility offers a self-contained, state-of-the-art SunGard Workforce Continuity Centre, along with premiere hotel accommodations to ensure the comfort of workers forced to relocate through disasters.
There is still room to register for this important event. Please contact Kim Coe-Turner at 613.936.5061 for more information.