Services | Bowne Management Systems

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Bowne offers a range of records management and IT infrastructure services to support our clients’ business continuity and disaster management initiatives.  As a full-service consulting firm that provides services to government, non-profit and private industry customers, we not only develop and deploy technology-based business solutions, but also appreciate that having those solutions highly available can be critical, especially during an emergency.

Bowne’s team of highly qualified records management analysts and technologists can provide appropriate business continuity planning and disaster management services that meet your organization’s unique information technology needs. Specific services we offer include:

  • Existing environment review, needs assessment, analysis and planning for each unique customer situation
  • BC/DR systems and network infrastructure
    • Design and specification
    • Implementation and configuration
    • Testing, exercising and/or audits
  • System, application and data/records protection
    • Proactive mitigation
    • Post-event response, recovery and reconstitution
  • Grants applications – NY State Archives and FEMA (UHMA, NP)

Our IT infrastructure and management consultants can address the management of both digital and hardcopy information. We can also ‘right size’ a solution to make the best use of an organization’s available funding or schedule constraints.

Representative Bowne customers for business continuity and disaster management services include:

  • New York City Economic Development Corporation
  • City of Newburgh
  • Nassau County Industrial Development Agency
  • Town of Tuxedo
  • Town of East Greenbush
  • Town of Dover
  • Town of Greenburgh
  • Town of Poestenkill
  • Town of Oyster Bay Department of Planning & Development
  • Town of Oyster Bay Housing Authority
  • Jericho Water District
  • Plainview Water District
  • Ameriprise Financial Services

See presentation “Prepared for the Worst: How to Plan for, Respond and Recover from Calamity” by Jim Hall, presented at The NY Associations of Towns Annual Meeting, February 17, 2014.

See article “Prepared for the Worst: How to Plan for, Respond to and Recover from Calamity” by Jim Hall, published in the January/February issue of Talk of the Towns.

See Bowne newsletter “Bowne Develops Disaster Management Plan for City of Newburgh” from May 2013.