Professional Development: Recovery and Resiliency
The past 18 months have represented a major disruptive change for state government and the world as a whole.
Being resilient means being prepared for a variety of disruptions, whether planned or unplanned, to mitigate the risk of interruptions to IT services so your focus remains on projects that support business goals. Resiliency ensures business keeps moving and helps the organization by being able to anticipate and proactively adapt to changes to prevent disruption.
In a digital world, it is no longer possible to mitigate business disruptions with manual workarounds.
A robust IT resilience strategy tailored for our digital world requires many components — a prepared workforce, mobility of workloads, and agility in the organization and its supporting platforms and services.
Participants will learn how to make their workforces, critical data, and IT services more resilient in the face of an increasingly disruptive environment.