Why Business Continuity Planning is Difficult

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In the wake of September 11 companies have been scrambling to review and update their disaster recovery and business continuity plans.

In this discovery phase most firms are recognizing that their current disaster recovery programs are not adequate to prepare for the magnitude of disaster that struck the companies located in the World Trade Center towers and surrounding buildings. The conventional wisdom is that this inadequacy ...

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