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Prepare your staff to respond to an emergency

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Have you planned how your staff will respond in an emergency? Is it an official part of the organization's disaster recovery plan? Other than e-mail, how do you plan to communicate with staff? Share your comments about preparing your staff to effectively respond to an emergency, as discussed in the Dec. 7 Disaster Recovery newsletter.

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Telephone

by tech In reply to Prepare your staff to res ...

Has any one heard of te telephone, it,s a great tool and is much faster than e-mail

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by awfernald In reply to Telephone

And it works when your email servers and networks are down as well (well, usually)

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Disaster Recovery Plan

by mhasf In reply to Prepare your staff to res ...

I have recently been working on (and almost have completed) a Disaster Recovery Plan. We purchased a very comprehensive template to perform the task. The good thing about the exercise of writing it all down, is that it makes you consider things that may not be so obvious. Once completed, we will have a roadmap from which to work in the event of the unspeakable.

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Disaster Recovery Plan

by Mr G In reply to Disaster Recovery Plan

We are working on a Disaster Recovery Plan and I would like to know what template you are using.

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