ISO, an acronym of the International Standards Organisation, is an independent body consisting of experts in every field. These internationally renowned experts formulate set of guidelines and standard practices compiling into ISO standards applicable to various fields. ISO standards are preferred by the industries to elevate their platform to an
Call tree, in todays’ industrial perspective can be defined as a communication procedure to notify the relevant employee(s) and or stakeholders of an emergency. This communication is effectively done through redundant channels namely by ways of calls, messaging and e-mailing, to reach to the target audience instantaneously and reliably.
The process of disaster recovery in an organization is its planned methodology to access and regain functionality to its IT infrastructure, after disasters causing outages. Some examples of such disasters could be natural disasters like earthquake or fire and issues like technology failures or system incompatibilities or more critically unauthorized
When testing your business continuity and emergency/incident management protocols, one key component is your internal notification procedures. In this blog we will lay out a process to plan, execute and measure a call tree drill. Top companies are using https://callertree.com, to conduct their call tree drills easily.
Communications in emergencies are only effective if they are executed properly. When determining your call tree templates there are 3 key components to consider: Initiation protocols – who has the authority to initiate a call tree activationContent – Communications should have a clear call to action, even if it is to wait
A Google Senior engineer’s adventures selecting a software stackIf you’re a Google engineer that has grown up working in their famed ‘tech island’ — a metaphor for the invisible but sprawling internal software infrastructure that powers the company, working with open-source can be daunting. If you’re selecting a