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Resources
Protect Your Clients and Yourself: Prepare for Disaster Before it Happens

Would You and Your Practice Survive These Common Disasters?

Disaster Recovery Planning

Resources to Help You Avoid Disaster in Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Ten Tips for Dealing with Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Issues

Links
A Business Continuity Checklist—From ComputerWorld

Classic Mistakes—From ComputerWorld

Data Recovery Planning: The First Step—From ComputerWorld

Disaster Homework—From ComputerWorld

Preparing For The Worst—From ComputerWorld

Tips for Coping with Disasters—From ComputerWorld

Podcast

Disaster Recovery and Disaster Planning

Discusses ways in which law firms affected by disaster can get back up and running, and how those unaffected can prepare for future potential disasters.
Presenters: Jared Correia and Nerino J. Petro, Jr. from Legal Talk Network
Program Date:June 24, 2011
Duration: 25 Minutes
Cost: Free

From Our Lending Library
Electronic Records Retention: New Strategies for Data Life Cycle Management

by David O. Stephens

Lending Library Number: 130

Building on their 1995 groundbreaking book on electronic records retention, David Stephens and Roderick Wallace have authored a comprehensive new book that defines a practical methodology for applying the principles of records retention to computer-based recordkeeping environments.

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