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Subject:RE: Disaster Recovery From:HARTLING <HARTLING -at- CIDSS -dot- AF -dot- MIL> Date:Mon, 5 Apr 1993 11:04:16 U
> I have just started writing a disaster recovery plan for SPIE. Has anyone
> written such a plan? What resources did you find helpful when developing
> your plan?
If you are writing about disasters you may be interested in a list that
distributes information re. disaster research. To subscribe, send a request to
hazards -at- vaxf -dot- colorado -dot- edu -dot- They also have files of back issues you can request
and a magazine called Natural Hazards Observer that they will send out free. I
subscribed to the magazine, but have not received one yet so can't comment.
hartling -at- cidss -dot- af -dot- mil