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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Consultant

Alpine Computer Systems


Vice Chairman

The Business Continuity Institute


Affiliations

Disaster Recovery Journal

Il Est Un Membre De l'Editorial Advisory Board


Private & Public Businesses , Inc.

Editorial Advisory Board


National Association of Contingency Planners

Member of the Advisory Board


Disaster Recovery Institute International

Board Member


Advisory

Member


Devlin Associates

Founder


Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group , avant l'intégration de cette organisation à l'organisme Survive

Member of the Advisory Board


Web References(98 Total References)


contingencyplanning.com

1998: Ed Devlin
Ed Devlin Ed Devlin provided me with the opportunity to enter into this new career in August 1987. Ed's charisma and extensive knowledge was, I believe, critical to the success of Devlin Associates, as well as essential to the fledgling business continuity industry. Ed is a leading consultant, author, instructor, and speaker in the field of business continuity and business resumption planning. He is a member of the Disaster Recovery Institute International, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Disaster Recovery Journal, and the Private & Public Businesses, Inc. Research & Evaluation Board. Since 1992, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Contingency Planners (ACP). He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group (DVDRIEG), prior to it becoming part of the SURVIVE! organization. During his 25 years in the industry, he has pioneered much of the philosophy, procedures, and phraseology used in the industry today -- and is often referred to as the "Father of Disaster Recovery Planning." Ed is an executive consultant for Alpine Computer Systems in Woodbridge, VA, where he consults with executives and provides executive presentations for Peak's clients. From 1973, when he co-founded Devlin Associates, to the present time, Mr. Devlin has assisted over a thousand companies world-wide in the development or the enhancement of their business continuity programs. Ed also introduced the first conference dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery planning in June of 1977. This became an annual conference that was continued for 16 consecutive years, until June of 1992 when he temporarily retired from full-time employment in order to concentrate his efforts on writing. He has been published widely and has given numerous presentations. The knowledge I gained by working with Ed helped to improve my skills as a business recovery consultant, as well as improve my documentation skills. While Ed has moved on to his own opportunities, I have advanced my career, now serving as regional director for a prominent industry consulting operation.


www.contingencyplanning.com

1998: Ed DevlinEd DevlinEd Devlin provided me with the opportunity to enter into this new career in August 1987.Ed's charisma and extensive knowledge was, I believe, critical to the success of Devlin Associates, as well as essential to the fledgling business continuity industry.Ed is a leading consultant, author, instructor, and speaker in the field of business continuity and business resumption planning.He is a member of the Disaster Recovery Institute International, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Disaster Recovery Journal, and the Private & Public Businesses, Inc.Research & Evaluation Board.Since 1992, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Contingency Planners (ACP).He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group (DVDRIEG), prior to it becoming part of the SURVIVE! organization.During his 25 years in the industry, he has pioneered much of the philosophy, procedures, and phraseology used in the industry today -- and is often referred to as the "Father of Disaster Recovery Planning."Ed is an executive consultant for Alpine Computer Systems in Woodbridge, VA, where he consults with executives and provides executive presentations for Peak's clients.From 1973, when he co-founded Devlin Associates, to the present time, Mr. Devlin has assisted over a thousand companies world-wide in the development or the enhancement of their business continuity programs.Ed also introduced the first conference dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery planning in June of 1977.This became an annual conference that was continued for 16 consecutive years, until June of 1992 when he temporarily retired from full-time employment in order to concentrate his efforts on writing.He has been published widely and has given numerous presentations.The knowledge I gained by working with Ed helped to improve my skills as a business recovery consultant, as well as improve my documentation skills.While Ed has moved on to his own opportunities, I have advanced my career, now serving as regional director for a prominent industry consulting operation.


www.contingencyplanning.com

1998: Ed DevlinEd DevlinEd Devlin provided me with the opportunity to enter into this new career in August 1987.Ed's charisma and extensive knowledge was, I believe, critical to the success of Devlin Associates, as well as essential to the fledgling business continuity industry.Ed is a leading consultant, author, instructor, and speaker in the field of business continuity and business resumption planning.He is a member of the Disaster Recovery Institute International, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Disaster Recovery Journal, and the Private & Public Businesses, Inc.Research & Evaluation Board.Since 1992, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Contingency Planners (ACP).He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group (DVDRIEG), prior to it becoming part of the SURVIVE! organization.During his 25 years in the industry, he has pioneered much of the philosophy, procedures, and phraseology used in the industry today -- and is often referred to as the "Father of Disaster Recovery Planning."Ed is an executive consultant for Alpine Computer Systems in Woodbridge, VA, where he consults with executives and provides executive presentations for Peak's clients.From 1973, when he co-founded Devlin Associates, to the present time, Mr. Devlin has assisted over a thousand companies world-wide in the development or the enhancement of their business continuity programs.Ed also introduced the first conference dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery planning in June of 1977.This became an annual conference that was continued for 16 consecutive years, until June of 1992 when he temporarily retired from full-time employment in order to concentrate his efforts on writing.He has been published widely and has given numerous presentations.The knowledge I gained by working with Ed helped to improve my skills as a business recovery consultant, as well as improve my documentation skills.While Ed has moved on to his own opportunities, I have advanced my career, now serving as regional director for a prominent industry consulting operation.


www.contingencyplanning.com

Kathleen Lucey | Andrew Hiles | Belinda Wilson | Larry Kalmis | Ted Brown | Brent Woodworth | John Nevola | Pat Moore | Ed Devlin1998: Ed DevlinEd Devlin, hspace=Ed DevlinEd Devlin provided me with the opportunity to enter into this new career in August 1987.Ed's charisma and extensive knowledge was, I believe, critical to the success of Devlin Associates, as well as essential to the fledgling business continuity industry.Ed is a leading consultant, author, instructor, and speaker in the field of business continuity and business resumption planning.He is a member of the Disaster Recovery Institute International, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Disaster Recovery Journal, and the Private & Public Businesses, Inc.Research & Evaluation Board.Since 1992, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Contingency Planners (ACP).He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group (DVDRIEG), prior to it becoming part of the SURVIVE! organization.During his 25 years in the industry, he has pioneered much of the philosophy, procedures, and phraseology used in the industry today -- and is often referred to as the "Father of Disaster Recovery Planning."Ed is an executive consultant for Alpine Computer Systems in Woodbridge, VA, where he consults with executives and provides executive presentations for Peak's clients.From 1973, when he co-founded Devlin Associates, to the present time, Mr. Devlin has assisted over a thousand companies world-wide in the development or the enhancement of their business continuity programs.Ed also introduced the first conference dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery planning in June of 1977.This became an annual conference that was continued for 16 consecutive years, until June of 1992 when he temporarily retired from full-time employment in order to concentrate his efforts on writing.He has been published widely and has given numerous presentations.The knowledge I gained by working with Ed helped to improve my skills as a business recovery consultant, as well as improve my documentation skills.While Ed has moved on to his own opportunities, I have advanced my career, now serving as regional director for a prominent industry consulting operation.


www.contingencyplanning.com [cached]

Kathleen Lucey | Andrew Hiles | Belinda Wilson | Larry Kalmis | Ted Brown | Brent Woodworth | John Nevola | Pat Moore | Ed Devlin1998: Ed DevlinEd Devlin, hspace=Ed DevlinEd Devlin provided me with the opportunity to enter into this new career in August 1987.Ed's charisma and extensive knowledge was, I believe, critical to the success of Devlin Associates, as well as essential to the fledgling business continuity industry.Ed is a leading consultant, author, instructor, and speaker in the field of business continuity and business resumption planning.He is a member of the Disaster Recovery Institute International, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Disaster Recovery Journal, and the Private & Public Businesses, Inc.Research & Evaluation Board.Since 1992, he has been a member of the Advisory Board of the National Association of Contingency Planners (ACP).He was also a member of the Advisory Board of the Delaware Valley Disaster Recovery Information Exchange Group (DVDRIEG), prior to it becoming part of the SURVIVE! organization.During his 25 years in the industry, he has pioneered much of the philosophy, procedures, and phraseology used in the industry today -- and is often referred to as the "Father of Disaster Recovery Planning."Ed is an executive consultant for Alpine Computer Systems in Woodbridge, VA, where he consults with executives and provides executive presentations for Peak's clients.From 1973, when he co-founded Devlin Associates, to the present time, Mr. Devlin has assisted over a thousand companies world-wide in the development or the enhancement of their business continuity programs.Ed also introduced the first conference dedicated to business continuity and disaster recovery planning in June of 1977.This became an annual conference that was continued for 16 consecutive years, until June of 1992 when he temporarily retired from full-time employment in order to concentrate his efforts on writing.He has been published widely and has given numerous presentations.The knowledge I gained by working with Ed helped to improve my skills as a business recovery consultant, as well as improve my documentation skills.While Ed has moved on to his own opportunities, I have advanced my career, now serving as regional director for a prominent industry consulting operation.


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