Firms don't review disaster plans

Of the IT managers responding to this week's Computer Weekly/Harvey Nash Big Question poll, 56% said their company has not...

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Of the IT managers responding to this week's Computer Weekly/Harvey Nash Big Question poll, 56% said their company has not reviewed its disaster recovery plans following the World Trade Center atrocities of 11 September.

Working practices of companies around the world were affected in the days following the tragedy, and many businesses were forced to call in disaster recovery specialists.
One IT manager said, "We have reviewed our plans - but why does it take something like this for people to take it seriously?"

However, another said, "Our plans are constantly reviewed, the World Trade Center disaster has made no difference to that position."

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