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||Tuesday, October 18, 2016
1st Session Sign in 1:30PM;
1st Session/Workshop 2:00PM
2nd Session Sign in 5:15PM; Speaker 6:00PM; Dinner to follow
||1st Session: Disaster Recovery
2nd Session: Breaking Bad DR Habits
||Richard Dolewski, Denovo
Vermont Maple Glazed Salmon, grilled salmon glazed with a
Vermont maple syrup reduction served over a vegetable nest
and with roasted herbed potato; or Chicken Marsala, sauteed
chicken breast with sweet Marsala wine and mushrooms, served
with roasted herbed potato and seasonal vegetables; or
Sirloin Tips served with mushrooms, onions, baked potato and
vegetables; or Pasta Primavera, sauteed seasonal vegetables
tossed in lemon basil, lemon garlic vinaigrette with penne (Vegetarian). Also included
are appetizers, salad, dessert, and coffee/tea.
Cost: NEMUG Members for both sessions and dinner $40, Guests $50, Students $10.
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is Chief Technology Officer of Denovo, a Managed Service
Provider, specializing in transforming the Business of IT.
Richard is a recognized SME and world renowned award-winning
industry speaker specializing in, Cloud Computing Architecture,
Business Resiliency, Disaster Recovery Planning and Backup &
Recovery Program Design. He leads a team of dedicated,
highly-skilled professionals transcending organizations through
the new era of technology, achieving the desired, successful
Do you have a Disaster Recovery Plan? The difference in
surviving in business depends on how well you prepare for the
unexpected. If a disaster struck, how would your company do?
This workshop delivers a proven DR methodology from years of
preparing organizations to handle disaster-related events.
Leveraging our experience in supporting multiple FEMA region
disasters and data center level incidents, this workshop
demonstrates a real-world, time-tested approach for keeping
organizations in business. Attend, so you do not make the same
recovery planning assumptions others have made. The workshop
Building a DR Plan for Today’s Business:
Understand how to build a complete DR Planning solution that
WILL work in a real disaster. Using the Business Continuity
Model, this workshop breaks down vital components as it relates
to the availability and recovery of computing services.
Ready, Set, Test:
Exercising your DR Plan is essential. Listen and learn from the
experience gained from over 350 DR tests and simulations
performed to see how to do it right. Test because your business
depends on it.
Breaking Bad DR Habits
everyday exposures in disaster recovery today. Hear actual
lessons learned from the computer room, regional disasters, and
near misses, so you can avoid making the same disastrous
recovery assumptions that others have made. The mistakes are
common and plenty. Witness the good, the obvious, and the
ugly. This session is a compilation of assumptions, technical
gaps, blunders, and good practice recommendations to help you
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMessage from the President
Message from the President
Richard Dolewski from Denovo is going to discuss Disaster
Recovery and how to keep our business running after an
unanticipated event. We will change our format a bit this month
with a Workshop during the afternoon and a regular session at
night. In the Workshop Richard will provide interactive
education with emphasis on classroom participation. The second
session he will discuss Breaking Bad DR Habits. Come to the
October meeting to listen and learn from Richard's experience
gained from 350 DR tests/simulations and learn how your company
will benefit from a solid DR plan.
you Tuesday October 18th
Dawn Dawson, President NEMUG
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