Dealing with disaster

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Dealing with disaster

It's every executive's nightmare. After several days of heavy rain and unexpected flooding, the office is drenched in water and the IT infrastructure is almost a total loss.

Employees have other things on their minds, like deadlines and upcoming client meetings. However, there's been some preparation: business continuity plans are in place. So in a few hours, the entire staff will be working on mobile devices from home, and the location and status of the backup ...

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