Bill Betcher from Everbridge sends spam

Got this email in my inbox the other day… his database of spam targets doesn’t even have my name right:

Hello -some other guy’s name-,

IT outages are recurring continuity events. Because of this, you need to plan ahead and dedicate the appropriate resources depending on the severity of the event. Allocation of internal resources should match severity, but often times it does not. The culprit is often a failure of communication and planning. Your organization needs to create the right communication plans and processes, and implement the right technologies, that are accurate and flexible enough to meet the evolving complexities of IT outages.

On June 24, 2015 at 11 AM Eastern, join guest speaker, Forrester Analyst Nick Hayes, along with Imad Mouline, Chief Technology Officer, Everbridge, as we present a new webinar, The IT Incident Playbook: Allocating the Right Resources to Mitigate Risk and Brand Impact.

At the end of the webinar there will be a Q&A session with our speakers. Please submit your questions when registering for the event.

Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM EDT

Speakers:

Nick Hayes, Forrester Analyst

Imad Mouline, Everbridge Chief Technology Officer

About Us
Everbridge provides a unified critical communication suite that helps clients be better prepared, make better decisions, and respond quickly and confidently during disruptive events. When an incident happens, whether it’s a natural disaster or an IT service outage, we automate communications to ensure that the right messages get to the right people at the right time. For more information about Everbridge, please visit http://www.everbridge.com

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