Wildfire Preparedness for Business Technology
Name: Wildfire Preparedness for Business Technology
Date: September 10, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT
Registration: Register Now
Is there a way to prepare for something as unpredictable and seemingly unlikely as a wildfire? There are the usual protections for your facility, like testing your sprinkler and alarm systems and maintaining a defensible space around the property.
But to really protect your business you should begin by reviewing your business continuity plan and making sure that it covers all the ways a fire could impact operations.
If your facility is threatened, would your systems and data be accessible from alternate locations? Would you and your employees be able to continue operations remotely, as a virtual team? Are your business phones and numbers portable, and would you be able to communicate and collaborate effectively?
We invite you learn about how Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning can help you be prepared for the worst.
Presented by Scott Schulze, Fusion Technology Solutions
Scott Schulze founded Fusion Technology Solutions, a full-service managed services provider in the North Bay, in 2001. As CEO and Director of Operations, it is Scott’s aim to help his clients optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of their operations through technology, making sure that the IT infrastructure delivers on the needs of the business strategy.
Scott has been certified in a variety of platforms and solutions, including CAPM, Cisco CCDP, Cisco CCNA, Comp TIA Net+, Microsoft MCP and Microsoft MCSE.
Scott holds a BS in Engineering from the Empire College School of Business in Santa Rosa, CA, where he was awarded Presidents’ Honors.
Scott is an active contributor to Healdsburg’s community through his memberships in the Healdsburg Rotary and the Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce, and his mentorship of Healdsburg High School juniors through the school work placement internship program. He is a frequent columnist in the NBBJ, having published an article on training your employees in Cybersecurity this April.
Originally from Southern California, Scott retains close ties to the SoCal community and also operates a branch office of Fusion Technology Solutions in Newport Beach, as well as another location in Denver.