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Several incidents ABSOLUTELY define the requirements documents/functional
September 11, 2001 - 3000 people lost their lives - what happened to the
business the were working on. Several on the planes were the only people who
managed the company, and the companies are not around now.
Katrina - New Orleans - how many businesses are not around now because of
the lloss of life, relocation, etc.
Do you have a backup for yourself. Some one who can take over if you aren't
Am I being too picky? I'll bet that you may NOT have thought of the
ramifications of 'disaster' in your company.
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