Recording from Galveston-Houston Area Alliance for Response Webinar on May 1, 2012.
Greg Gelberg, Business Applications Administrator at the J. Paul Getty Trust, present a PowerPoint in which he explain how he organized the Getty’s very extensive disaster and recovery plans using a free (to non-profits) Atlassian software product called Confluence. This Wiki-style software is used at the Getty to manage all Disaster Preparations, Response and Recovery documents throughout their system. Updating the documents is facilitated by the software’s connectivity, converts existing documents to fit the Confluence Program, is easily accessed and is searchable among other favorable traits.
He share several of the documents and discuss strategies for developing a more comprehensive set of plans that are scalable to any size organization. This is an advanced stage of disaster planning but is still useful for those just beginning to create their plans or improving management of existing plans.
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BBVA Compass has been an important partner to the exhibition "Modern & Contemporary Masterworks from Malba - Fundación Costantini" on view at the MFAH through August 5, 2012. mfah.org/exhibitions
The 7th edition of "Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America" takes place April 26 to 29, 2012. Eight new films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru premiere at the MFAH. This year, three directors and one actress accompany their films to Houston. Once again, Sunday screenings are free to students with valid ID.
Don't miss "Elegant Perfection: Masterpieces of Courtly and Religious Art from the Tokyo National Museum," on view through Sunday, April 8, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The exhibition showcases more than 25 objects on exclusive loan from the Tokyo National Museum.