Recent forecasts show that there will be around six million athletes, officials, organisers and visitors from June to September, easily doubling London’s population. Transport for London is predicting 60% over capacity on the tube, pushing commute times to double or possibly treble. Additionally, history warns us that major world events pose major threats of disasters and disorders.
Contingency Planning? A solid Flexible Working and Business Continuity Plan must be in place soon for organisations to ensure they are running from the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in June to the end of the Olympics and Paralympics in September.
Frontier Technology, in partnership with Citrix, will host a briefing on the 16th of February, Thursday, which will discuss the issues businesses may face in the summer of 2012 and showcase its readily deployable 3-Month Cloud solution designed to safeguard businesses, minimise disruption and ensure seamless productivity for the workforce.
Please register now to reserve your place.
9:00 Registration & Breakfast
09:30 The 2012 events: What problems may you face?
10.00 Flexible Working: Access Work From Anywhere
10.30 Business Continuity: A Short-Term Solution To a 3-Month Disruption
11.00 Summary / Q & A
Guest Presenter: Alex Hill, Citrix Systems
Date: 16th February 2012
Time: 9.00- 11.00 AM
Location: Entrance 2, 4th Floor, The Royal Exchange, London
Why you should attend:
- Get an insight into how you can shield your business from the consequences brought about by the potential for massive delays on public transport, increase in terrorist activity, criminal activity and public disorder
- Find out how businesses can exploit business continuity and flexible working technologies
- Explore short-term options to get your organisation covered just for the disruptive summer months
- Listen to presentations from industry experts and learn best-practices from your peers
If you have any further queries about this meeting, please contact Divina Tumlos at 0845 603 6552 | 07967 573 902 | firstname.lastname@example.org