Practice Management-Disaster Preparedness - THE BEST-LAID PLANS - To be truly prepared for a crisis, a firm should test its disaster recovery plan for weak spots so it can remedy them and refine the plan before documenting and distributing it. Thereafter it should test quarterly or whenever something changes. Here's how to go about it.
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