How long would your business function without access to your company data and IT infrastructure? What processes do you have to get it up and running again?
Bill outlines what you need to know and do as a leader to prepare for, and survive, the impact of disaster or disruption to your IT infrastructure and business.
Disaster Recovery is a company’s method of regaining access and function to its data and IT infrastructure after events like a natural disaster, cyber-hacking, or even business disruptions related to a pandemic.
It’s not enough to know what your actions will be. Leaders also need to know how long it takes to restore that access, and what the impact of that loss will be on your service delivery, brand reputation, revenue and company culture.
About Bill Owens, Managing Director, Veracity
Bill Owens is the Managing Director of Veracity, a Brisbane-based IT services company specialising in digital transformation. With 30 years of digital experience and 15 years on boards, Bill is also a keynote speaker and expert advisor on Digital Literacy for Leaders.
Bill is determined to help business owners and leaders feel confident discussing and making board-level decisions about technology and IT.
In his work at Veracity, he sees many leadership teams designate digital research and decisions to their graduates and younger employees who’ve grown up in the tech era and are acclimatised to digital devices. But he is aware that these graduates don’t have the 10, 20, 30 or 40 years of business and operational experience that’s elevated current leaders to the boardroom.
Bill believes that business owners and leaders who fail to respond to digital drivers now, risk making ill-informed decisions, or worse, becoming redundant.
Bill is committed to helping leaders and managers articulate a new digital vision that their employees and customers can embrace and implement.