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Mid Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association, Inc.
MADRA was formed to stimulate communications among individuals, groups and the community working in the areas of disaster recovery and business continuity planning. They provide information exchange in these areas, along with job referrals and sources for information about products, services and experiences. Because there is no catchall or total solution in DR or BCP, the only real sources of information are other individuals’ knowledge or experiences. www.madra.org
Strohl Systems Releases NôtiFind 3.0
Interoperability Emergency Standards Successfully Demonstrated
King of Prussia, PA — A new version of NôtiFind enables users to transfer the relationships that tie plans together such as call trees and plan hierarchies between the emergency notification system and Strohl’s BCP software, LDRPS. It also provides support for alphanumeric pagers and provides the ability to create scenarios, define escalation rules and enhanced management control and security over teams. http://www.strohlsystems.com/MediaPR/TopNews/FullText.asp?ID=95
Washington, DC — COMCARE, the Emergency Interoperable Consortium, and the International Association of Emergency Managers announced the successful trial of new emergency data communications standards during the annual IAEM Conference in Phoenix. The demonstration included the exchange of emergency data messages based on three scenarios: a pandemic flu, a Category 3 hurricane and a terrorist explosion. govtech.net/magazine/channel_story.php/97366
ACP Announces 2006 Board of Directors
Founded in 1983, the Association of Contingency Planners is a non-profit trade association dedicated to fostering continued professional growth and development in effective contingency and business resumption planning. With 34 chapters and over 1,800 active members, ACP is the largest networking and information exchange organization in North America for business continuity and disaster recovery professionals. To view the list of their new Board of Directors, Click HERE>>