This story has been corrected since its original publication on April 29, 2008.

Today’s lawyers — and clients — have no tolerance for computing downtime. They expect recovery time to be measured in minutes, not days. Clients insist on knowing how your firm will protect its confidential data in the event of a disaster, small or large. In fact, most requests for proposals for legal services now require detailed answers and some form of a written recovery/business continuity plan.

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