Richard L. Arnold

Richard L. ArnoldRichard L. Arnold
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief

Disaster Recover Journal

Richard L. Arnold is the founder and President of the Disaster Recovery Journal. Richard has an extensive background in the information system field, ranging from applications programming to systems programming. Some of the companies he has been employed by were: MoPac, Anheuser Busch, and Cincom, which are major employers serving the St. Louis Metropolitan area. He has been extensively involved in the disaster recovery field for the past 20 years. Richard has been innovative in the field of DR, establishing the first Hot-site and Cold-site in the state of Missouri in 1985. Then in 1987, he founded the Disaster Recovery Journal, the first publication dedicated to the field of disaster recovery and business continuity. The first issue of the magazine was 22 pages in size and was distributed to 3,000 people. Today, there are well over 60,000 subscribers and it is over 100 pages in size.