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We cover Hurricane Katrina helped us understand new areas of vulnerability. Emergency the bases with a mix of resources for public and private sectors, for senior management and business continuity professionals are challenged to think executives as well as practitioners in all key departments. “out of the box”. And, they are reminded of the need to work together. Content Categories P • lanning, Preparedness & The GUIDE is about working together. Management The GUIDE is about educating professionals. • Human Concerns The GUIDE is also about bringing together buyers and sellers to make I • nformation Availability & Security • Telecom & Satcom business continuity or organizational resilience a reality. Will you join us? • Facility Issues C • risis Communications, Response & Recovery Our Objective Emergency management, business your success...our mission. continuity, risk management and homeland security working together! 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BCMM® Self-Assessment Workshop – details, etc. Choose a topic and give your cessful BC programs achieve sustained – What is the target we are 1-day workshop with your BC subject- What DiD We Learn from hurricane ike? executive sponsorship, resource commit- shooting for? matter experts utilizing Sustainable ment and management participation in – What evolutionary path do we follow Planner™, Virtual’s innovative BC plan- part because they can articulate where to get there? ning tool, to automate scorecard and they are today and where they are going The BCMM® defines over 270 BC self-documenting gap report. FOR FACILITIES perspective on it. “Solutions Showcase” tomorrow. program criteria and performance More than 4,000 BC professionals With the advent of several new and requirements across six maturity levels in over 40 countries have downloaded enhanced standards, many organiza- within eight Corporate Competencies. the BCMM® and Virtual oversees an tions are seeking certification. Prior to The model also describes performing a active Community of Interest. A newly incurring the costs and time demands “self-assessment” to quantify the cur- formed international team of BCMM® of the certification process, it is impor- rent state of your BC program, conduct assessors continues to provide enhance- will be printed in the page heading. tant to understand your BC program’s a self-documenting gap analysis and ments including mapping to leading current state and strengthen it where formulate immediate and long term BC standards such as NFPA 1600 and appropriate. program recommendations. BS 25999. Since 2003, numerous organizations The below chart summarizes the order Since 1994 Virtual Corporation has have utilized Virtual Corporation’s in which the Corporate Competencies been delivering innovative, sustainable globally recognized Business Continu- typically progress within an organiza- business continuity consulting and soft- ity Maturity Model® (BCMM®) as a tion, i.e. “Very Low”, ”Low”, “Medium”, ware solutions. Our approach is to deploy Full Page (with adjacent full page ad) $1,000 valued metrics tool. This no-cost BC and “High” performance. business continuity across an organiza- program assessment aid is available at In addition to the included BCMM® tion as a standardized process, “just like www.virtual-corp.net. The goals of the self-assessment approach, Virtual budgeting”. Empowering managers to BCMM® are to: Corporation provides the following pro- own their own plans enables your BC • Provide a diagnostic tool for objective fessional assessment services: professionals to consult with the busi- evaluation of BC program effectiveness BCMM® Assessment – Performed by ness rather than be consumed by plan What Do We Full Page (with no additional advertising) $4,275 • Generate consistent data from which a trained, licensed BCMM® Assessor administration. meaningful benchmark analyses can be drawn utilizing a standardized approach and software to produce a scorecard, find- Sustainable Planner™ was designed to support this “distributed” philosophy Need to Know? Where Can • Answer key questions for senior ings and recommendations report plus through highly adaptive and customizable management regarding BC program an executive presentation. BC planning and activation templates. We Find It? deployment: Through an intuitive user interface Sus- tainable Planner™ seamlessly combines data and documents from across an orga- nization to provide multiple plans and Business Continuity report types including BIAs and the BCMM® self-assessment. Emergency Management PREVENTION & MITIGATION Homeland Security PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE ABOUT THE AUTHOR Scott Ream is the president and co-founder RESTORATION & RECOVERY of Virtual Corporation, principal author of the BCMM®, a founding member of the Interna- tional Continuity Oversight Board and a principal member to the U.S. TAG to TC223, Societal Security. For more information, please go to: http://www.virtual-corp.net or contact Virtual Corporation at (973) 426-1444. R e s p o n s e & R e c o V e Ry I s s u e Volume 13, Issue 1 Virtual Corp. Your sustainability through our innovation. 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With an excellent “open rate”, the unmatched visibility in the marketplace–and at an economical price. e-GUIDE is the place where the industry meets on a weekly basis. advertising rates advertising rates* Home Page Top Banner, Rotation Ad Type Rates Volume Prices 2010/11 Display Advertisers–$375 per quarter Gold Sponsor $1,500 ($50 cpm) $ 1,200 Online-only Advertisers–$650 per quarter Banner $1,200 ($40 cpm) $ 800 Silver Sponsor $ 900 ($30 cpm) $ 450 Home Page Side Banner, Rotation Product Showcase $ 600 ($20 cpm) $ 300 Advertising Rate–$250 per quarter Conference Spotlight $ 600 ($20 cpm) $ 300 The Marketplace Banner $ 380/qtr $240/qtr “Button” Banner, Rotation Rates are net. Each internal page has rotating “Button” banners. Choose this option to link directly to your site. Advertising Rate–$225 per quarter. Gold Sponsor: Present your text message at the top of the Wednesday e-marketing opportunities update. Includes an expanded message on the landing page and/or direct link to your site. (280 characters and spaces of text) Banner : There is no better way to get the attention of thousands of readers in a given week! The prominent color banner appears near the top of every issue of the e-GUIDE. (594 X 45 pixels and link to your URL) The GUIDE is now offering opportunities to reach our readers with different formats, customized to your marketing needs. Sponsor an Silver Sponsor: Present your text message in the second sponsorship educational webinar to receive hundreds of leads and contacts. You position. Includes an expanded message on the landing page and/or direct can co-sponsor, with the Continuity e-GUIDE, a survey of interest to link to your site. (250 characters and spaces of text) our industry, and distribute the results to your customers and our read- Product Showcase: Spotlight your product or service. Includes an expanded ers. You can also reach our newsletter readers with a dedicated eblast. message on the landing page and/or direct link to your site. For pricing and an attractive marketing package, call Tommy Rainey at (250 characters and spaces of text) 714-558-8940 x804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Conference Spotlight: Spotlight your conference or seminar. Includes an expanded message on the landing page or direct link to your site. (250 characters and spaces of text) The Marketplace Banner: This is a valuable resource for our advertisers. To help decision makers find products and services, we have grouped advertisers in major categories which can be accessed from the e-GUIDE and other online locations. Select your category and have the top, color banner. (468 X 60 pixels, moderate animation) *Rates guaranteed for all contracts signed by May 1, 2010. Volume pricing is for all contracts over $5,000. material requirements and calendar Display advertisements annual and Quarterly ad materials Publication Trim Size: 8 3/8” x 10 7/8” Please provide all materials at high-resolution, 300 dpi or greater. Live Area: 7 3/8” x 9 7/8” We cannot be responsible for poor printing quality for images less than 300 dpi. Sizes Requirements Accepted File Types: Logo File Types Full Page 7 3/8” x 9 7/8” • PDF (PDF/X1-a)* (when not part of an ad): Full Page, Bleed (bleed ¼” all sides) 8 7/8” x 11 3/8” • dobe Illustrator (ai), embed A • ai Two-page Spread 7 1/4” (x2) x 9 3/4” images, outline fonts* • vector based eps Two-page Spread, Bleed (bleed ¼” all sides) 17 1/4” x 11 3/8” • Photoshop (psd)* • jpg Two Thirds (2/3) Square 7 1/4” x 7 1/4” I • nDesign (indd), include • tiff Two Thirds (2/3) Vertical 4 3/4” x 9 3/4” links and fonts* File Submission: • 300 dpi or greater, Tiff’s or jpg’s* Half Page (1/2) Horizontal 7 1/4” x 4 3/4” C • olor proof must be sent to • Call for other types Half Page (1/2) Vertical 4 3/4” x 7 1/4” address below. We cannot *include crop and bleed for Full Page, Bleed ads One Third (1/3) Square 4 3/4” x 4 3/4” be responsible for the content Ad Colors: of ads submitted without One Third (1/3) Column 2 1/4” x 9 3/4” • CMYK (process) color color proofs. One Sixth (1/6) Vertical* 2 1/4” x 4 3/4” • Black and white F • ile less than 6MB: One Sixth (1/6) Horizontal* 4 3/4” x 2 1/4” • Call for other colors email@example.com One Twelfth (1/12) Square* 2 1/4” x 2 1/4” F • iles greater than 6MB: Meet the Pros: call for ftp access What’s New! (1/6) Horizontal 3 5/8” x 3 1/8” P • rofessionally photographed, Unique Products (1/8) Horizontal 3 1/2” x 2 1/8” executive-style photo in color *Directory section only. • jpg or tiff Example of Full Page Bleed Ad with crop, trim, bleed, and live area. Disaster resource GUIDe Bleed 0.25” all sides Trim Area 8 7/8” x11 3/8” Bleed: where any A Publication of Emergency Lifeline Corporation element extends Live Area 7 3/8” x 9 7/8” beyond the trim line Full Page Trim Full Page Bleed Helping with Business Continuity since 1985! so when the ad is cropped, no white Mailing address: PO Box 15243, Santa Ana, CA 92735 paper will show. Shipping address: 1510 East Edinger, Suite D, Santa Ana, CA 92705 Live Area: a safe Tel: (714) 558-8940 or (800) 826-2201 2/3 Vertical 2/3 Square zone for text and Fax: (714) 558-8901 images. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Trim Line: where Website: www.disaster-resource.com the page is cut during binding. Media kit: www.disaster-resource.com/mediakit Anything outside 1/2 Vertical 1/2 Horizontal the Live Area is subject to being cut off due to trim- ming variations Crop marks 1/3 Ad 1/6* & 1/12* Ads *Directory section only. Drawings are not to scale. Refer to chart for exact dimensions. 2010 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter advertising Communications & Response Facility Issues 2010/11 GUIDE 15th Annual Information Availability & Security calendar Editorial Due: March 5 April 23 August 2 October 25 Contract Close: March 15 May 7 August 9 November 5 Artwork Due: March 22 May 14 August 16 November 12 Payment Due: March 24 May 28 September 8 November 29 Publication Date: March 31 June 4 September 15 December 3 ask about bonus distribution at tradeshows!