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Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

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Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Happy New Year!

 

Just 2 months ago the hurricane Sandy proved challenging in many ways. The storm had a significant impact upon campuses along the east coast.  Additionally the ability to stabilize campus IT services was hampered by the fact that Sandy left many IT staff, college staff & students and the surrounding communities scrambling for resources.

A session at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference has been scheduled to address emergency preparedness and response by sharing the stories from Sandy.

The intent of the session (http://bit.ly/RtoAHt ) is to collect the experiences from universities & colleges for whom Sandy had an impact and share lessons learned.

For the benefit of those attending it would be appreciated if you would share your campuses experiences by submitting a brief description to this list. If you plan to attend MARC I encourage you to join this session or the follow-up briefing “Lessons Learned From Superstorm Sandy” http://bit.ly/YTp20u

 

Other experiences that address emergency preparedness, emergency response, emergency policy or governance practices and business continuity plans that anyone cares to share would be welcome.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen diFilipo

Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Cecil College

One Seahawk Drive

North East, MD 21901

410-287-1021

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Happy New Year!

 

Just 2 months ago the hurricane Sandy proved challenging in many ways. The storm had a significant impact upon campuses along the east coast.  Additionally the ability to stabilize campus IT services was hampered by the fact that Sandy left many IT staff, college staff & students and the surrounding communities scrambling for resources.

A session at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference has been scheduled to address emergency preparedness and response by sharing the stories from Sandy.

The intent of the session (http://bit.ly/RtoAHt ) is to collect the experiences from universities & colleges for whom Sandy had an impact and share lessons learned.

For the benefit of those attending it would be appreciated if you would share your campuses experiences by submitting a brief description to this list. If you plan to attend MARC I encourage you to join this session or the follow-up briefing “Lessons Learned From Superstorm Sandy” http://bit.ly/YTp20u

 

Other experiences that address emergency preparedness, emergency response, emergency policy or governance practices and business continuity plans that anyone cares to share would be welcome.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen diFilipo

Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Cecil College

One Seahawk Drive

North East, MD 21901

410-287-1021

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Hello Stephen and colleagues

 

Happy New Year from New Zealand.

 

I am very interested in this topic, as I have two roles at AUT - I'm CIO, but also Director of Emergency Management.  As I am sure you know, NZ has had its share of natural disasters, and so this is a subject close to our hearts.  I won't be at the conference, but I would love to listen in.  Do you know if the session will be webcast at all?

 

Many thanks

Kind Regards

Liz

 

Liz Gosling, MBA

Director, ICT Services | ICT Services | AUT University |

phone: +64 (9) 921 9019 | mobile: +64 (21) 402 354 

http://www.aut.ac.nz

 

ICT Service Desk

+64 (9) 921 9888 | https://ithelp.aut.ac.nz

 

Connect with AUT University at:

http://www.facebook.com/autuniversity

 

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Happy New Year!

 

Just 2 months ago the hurricane Sandy proved challenging in many ways. The storm had a significant impact upon campuses along the east coast.  Additionally the ability to stabilize campus IT services was hampered by the fact that Sandy left many IT staff, college staff & students and the surrounding communities scrambling for resources.

A session at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference has been scheduled to address emergency preparedness and response by sharing the stories from Sandy.

The intent of the session (http://bit.ly/RtoAHt ) is to collect the experiences from universities & colleges for whom Sandy had an impact and share lessons learned.

For the benefit of those attending it would be appreciated if you would share your campuses experiences by submitting a brief description to this list. If you plan to attend MARC I encourage you to join this session or the follow-up briefing “Lessons Learned From Superstorm Sandy” http://bit.ly/YTp20u

 

Other experiences that address emergency preparedness, emergency response, emergency policy or governance practices and business continuity plans that anyone cares to share would be welcome.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen diFilipo

Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Cecil College

One Seahawk Drive

North East, MD 21901

410-287-1021

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Happy New Year!

 

Just 2 months ago the hurricane Sandy proved challenging in many ways. The storm had a significant impact upon campuses along the east coast.  Additionally the ability to stabilize campus IT services was hampered by the fact that Sandy left many IT staff, college staff & students and the surrounding communities scrambling for resources.

A session at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference has been scheduled to address emergency preparedness and response by sharing the stories from Sandy.

The intent of the session (http://bit.ly/RtoAHt ) is to collect the experiences from universities & colleges for whom Sandy had an impact and share lessons learned.

For the benefit of those attending it would be appreciated if you would share your campuses experiences by submitting a brief description to this list. If you plan to attend MARC I encourage you to join this session or the follow-up briefing “Lessons Learned From Superstorm Sandy” http://bit.ly/YTp20u

 

Other experiences that address emergency preparedness, emergency response, emergency policy or governance practices and business continuity plans that anyone cares to share would be welcome.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen diFilipo

Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Cecil College

One Seahawk Drive

North East, MD 21901

410-287-1021

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Hello Stephen and colleagues

 

Happy New Year from New Zealand.

 

I am very interested in this topic, as I have two roles at AUT - I'm CIO, but also Director of Emergency Management.  As I am sure you know, NZ has had its share of natural disasters, and so this is a subject close to our hearts.  I won't be at the conference, but I would love to listen in.  Do you know if the session will be webcast at all?

 

Many thanks

Kind Regards

Liz

 

Liz Gosling, MBA

Director, ICT Services | ICT Services | AUT University |

phone: +64 (9) 921 9019 | mobile: +64 (21) 402 354 

http://www.aut.ac.nz

 

ICT Service Desk

+64 (9) 921 9888 | https://ithelp.aut.ac.nz

 

Connect with AUT University at:

http://www.facebook.com/autuniversity

 

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Hello Stephen and colleagues

 

Happy New Year from New Zealand.

 

I am very interested in this topic, as I have two roles at AUT - I'm CIO, but also Director of Emergency Management.  As I am sure you know, NZ has had its share of natural disasters, and so this is a subject close to our hearts.  I won't be at the conference, but I would love to listen in.  Do you know if the session will be webcast at all?

 

Many thanks

Kind Regards

Liz

 

Liz Gosling, MBA

Director, ICT Services | ICT Services | AUT University |

phone: +64 (9) 921 9019 | mobile: +64 (21) 402 354 

http://www.aut.ac.nz

 

ICT Service Desk

+64 (9) 921 9888 | https://ithelp.aut.ac.nz

 

Connect with AUT University at:

http://www.facebook.com/autuniversity

 

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Happy New Year!

 

Just 2 months ago the hurricane Sandy proved challenging in many ways. The storm had a significant impact upon campuses along the east coast.  Additionally the ability to stabilize campus IT services was hampered by the fact that Sandy left many IT staff, college staff & students and the surrounding communities scrambling for resources.

A session at the upcoming Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference has been scheduled to address emergency preparedness and response by sharing the stories from Sandy.

The intent of the session (http://bit.ly/RtoAHt ) is to collect the experiences from universities & colleges for whom Sandy had an impact and share lessons learned.

For the benefit of those attending it would be appreciated if you would share your campuses experiences by submitting a brief description to this list. If you plan to attend MARC I encourage you to join this session or the follow-up briefing “Lessons Learned From Superstorm Sandy” http://bit.ly/YTp20u

 

Other experiences that address emergency preparedness, emergency response, emergency policy or governance practices and business continuity plans that anyone cares to share would be welcome.

 

Thanks

 

Stephen diFilipo

Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Cecil College

One Seahawk Drive

North East, MD 21901

410-287-1021

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

Hello Stephen and colleagues

 

Happy New Year from New Zealand.

 

I am very interested in this topic, as I have two roles at AUT - I'm CIO, but also Director of Emergency Management.  As I am sure you know, NZ has had its share of natural disasters, and so this is a subject close to our hearts.  I won't be at the conference, but I would love to listen in.  Do you know if the session will be webcast at all?

 

Many thanks

Kind Regards

Liz

 

Liz Gosling, MBA

Director, ICT Services | ICT Services | AUT University |

phone: +64 (9) 921 9019 | mobile: +64 (21) 402 354 

http://www.aut.ac.nz

 

ICT Service Desk

+64 (9) 921 9888 | https://ithelp.aut.ac.nz

 

Connect with AUT University at:

http://www.facebook.com/autuniversity

 

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

Thank you Steve, I look forward to reading the notes

Kind Regards

Liz

 

 

Liz –

 

The sessions will not be streamed as I understand.

There are 2 sessions:

“Stories From SuperStorm Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/stories-superstorm-sandy

“Lessons Learned From Superstrom Sandy” http://www.educause.edu/midatlantic-regional-conference/2013/lessons-learned-superstorm-sandy

 

I will post notes from both sessions.

 

Steve

 

 

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