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Click to edit Master subtitle style  4/18/11 Disaster Recovery: Survivability  Bill Frino CMIS 335P September 22, 2010
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 4/18/11 There have been a number of previously written  books and articles, some more than 25 years ago,  describing the mechanics of disaster recovery to  include the survivability and security in a number  of areas. Since September 11, 2001, Disaster Recovery has  become one of the hottest topics in businesses  and governments.
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 4/18/11 Some initial questions to ask in the area of physical  surroundings include: How much data was lost? What would it take to get the data back to  operating condition?  How good are the Business Continuity Plan  processes? Ask Questions ????
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 4/18/11 Organizations must work with the local and  national and in some cases international agencies  to determine the operational survivability of a 
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