Business Contingency Planning and Post September 11th, 2001

Contributed by Brett Pladna

After September 11th, 2001 companies had to rethink their disaster planning. The companies that were in the World Trade Center found it difficult to bring in their disaster recovery teams because their IT functions were disabled. What needs to be fully understood is that no one in the United States had planned for a disaster of this magnitude. Most network providers were affected by the event and most claim that their readiness helped prevent a technical Catastrophe. However, since then there has been heightened readiness.

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