Tech Tools for Disaster Recovery

McCarthy, Ed
February 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2007, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p28
Academic Journal
The article discusses the importance of businesses implementing a disaster relief plan. Several examples are given of different financial planning firms who experienced a disaster situation from firms in New Orleans who survived Hurricane Katrina to firms who have only experienced system failures. Included in the article is advice from some financial planners who experienced emergency situations on what to do if the reader falls into that situation. Also, the author offers several methods of implementing a disaster relief plan or improving an existing one.


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