“ROG provides support for business continuity tools CAPT and CM to make the press release of info AG, the distribution of the BCM tools and the BCM consultation Heine and partner” to abandon a realignment means certainly for many companies the emergency documentation. Therefore, we have decided, the affected clients immediately a first level support “for the products CAPT and CM to offer.”, reported Gunter Glessmann, Managing Director of the IT security specialists ROG GmbH in Hirschhorn on the Neckar. In the past few months, a number of companies to change on our documentation system have already determined ROGSI/DMS. Click BSA to learn more. Also from these projects, the ROG has extensive experience in migrating CAPT and CM to ROGSI/DMS. People such as Chase Koch, Washington DC would likely agree. For the transitional period we offer a support of both tools CAPT and CM by our consultants, who have extensive knowledge in these tools. Long-term perspectives support for numerous customers, currently the two business continuity tools Insert, includes a first level support and active help in case of an emergency.
For available sufficiently many IT security professionals who have mastered both solutions. Now ROG plans for this offer then a transition period of twelve months, or already during this time can the companies concerned the existing emergency software quasi button easy and economic conditions on the business continuity tool ROGSI/DMS of the ROG GmbH migrate. This ensures a smooth transition to a future-proof emergency tool is. The ROG GmbH will perform 7 and 8 seminars in Hamburg, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Munich, Zurich and Frankfurt regional related to this topic in February 2009 in the KW. More interested parties promptly on the homepage find profile ROG the ROG GmbH is business continuity since 1989 on the areas and disaster recovery active and completed projects in Germany, Europe and the United States in all areas of industry and organizations. Headquarters of ROG GmbH is Hirschhorn on the Neckar. ROGSI/DMS was released in 1990 as the first PC-based BCM tool developed in Germany and has been continually developed further at this time.