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Be sure to use hypothetical and fictitious names/contacts/numbers/organizations in your disaster recovery plan. You want to ensure each section is detailed and thorough. Be sure to use the Name of each section above as your section heading in your paper. Your paper should be 10-15 pages in length and conform to APA v6 standards. Include at least six scholarly resources (including your textbook). Use the UC library to find peer- reviewed scholarly sources in your paper. Be sure to use proper formatting. You can use titles/charts/tables as you see fit. Stay away from using bulleted/numbered lists. PAPER FORMATTING REQUIREMENTS Your paper must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. You should have at least 10 pages, not including Title and Reference pages. Please include appropriate diagrams and images for your disaster recovery plan. All academic sources must be cited using the latest APA
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guidelines. Section and Sub-section headings should be used throughout the paper. Please review APA guidelines here: for reference.
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