If you’re like most people in South Florida, you’re still feeling the lingering aftereffects of Hurricane Wilma. Even one week after the storm, there were roughly a million homes without electricity.

While the seemingly permanent buzz of portable generators and long lines for gasoline will no doubt leave an indelible mark on our collective memories, it will also forever change the way law firms and businesses in South Florida conduct business, particularly in making disaster plans for communications and information systems.