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Disaster Recovery Planning- Risks Uncovered

Source: Systems Alliance
In this white paper we describe the steps you can take to mitigate risks uncovered during the weather and terrorist related events that occurred in 2005. We also provide a quick self-assessment tool you can use to gauge your current level of disaster readiness.


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