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    0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 5, 2009 8:18 PM by DataProtect

    Funny but true...

    DataProtect Wayfarer
      Hi Again, If your disaster planning looks like this:

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      Then you really need to sit down and take your planning seriously.

      Many people think that a disaster plan is so complicated and
      difficult to implement that (like insurance) they put it off until it's
      too late, but it doesn't have to be.

      You can simply plan for what to do in case the building or computer
      room is shut down, add a few important documents and phone numbers and
      you can be good to go. Just remember to save your plan someplace
      you'll have access to if you need it.

      It doesn't have to be complicated - so create a basic plan today.

      All my best,