Disaster recovery: what if?

Friday, 24 February 2006, 1:58 PM EST

No organization that depends on technology and stored data can afford to be without a disaster-recovery strategy. We tell you how to get an initiative off the ground -- before it all goes up in smoke.

Why isn't IT doing a better job preparing? Most readers cited a lack of money and personnel, and malaise on the part of management. We'll tell you what--if you can't get buy-in and funding for data recovery this year, there's something very wrong with your powers of persuasion.

At Network Computing.

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