FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RENTSYS RECOVERY SERVICES
April 15, 2013
College Station, TX – April 15, 2013 – Rentsys Recovery Services’ Steven O’Neal, manager, business development, and Mark Carroll, business risk officer for Income Research + Management, are scheduled to speak about the risks and benefits of cloud recovery at the Continuity Insights Management Conference on April 23, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. The presentation touches on the impact cloud computing has on traditional brick-and-mortar business continuity and disaster recovery planning.
"Many continuity planners put their faith solely in the cloud to back up and recover their data when it may not solve the majority of concerns around business continuity and disaster recovery," said O’Neal. "The cloud can be a great tool for recovery; it just should not be the only tool."
The Continuity Insights Management Conference is an event for mid-level business continuity and disaster recovery professionals. Featuring more than 70 sessions over three days, the conference enables attendees to hear from various experts about topics such as risk and reputation management, disaster preparedness, cyber security and continuity matrixes. For more information, visit cimanagementconference.com.
Founded in 1995, Rentsys Recovery Services is a provider of comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for businesses ranging from healthcare, banking and energy to large enterprise organizations. The company’s solutions enable businesses to comply more effectively with regulatory requirements, improve data security and speed up the organization’s ability to recover key IT systems and data after an unplanned outage or disaster has occurred. The company offers professional planning services and customizable and testable solutions, which include communications systems, mobile recovery centers and cloud-based data backup. For more information, please visit www.rentsys.com.
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