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You've been handed a rather large task, depending upon the size of the
organization! Business Continuity is a growing field, and is more and
more these days included in the enterprise strategic planning process.
(Did you know that Disaster recovery planners get lots more money than
writers do for creating and managing corporate-wide disaster recovery
Try this URL to see a large piece and partial outline of a sample plan
directed at IT recovery: