Global data consolidation post 9/11
Peter Lesser and Harris Tilevitz outline what will be discussed at the business continuity session at Gleneagles
The catastrophe of 11 September, 2001 caused many to rethink, expand or accelerate their business continuity plans. Several large international law firms were immediately and severely impacted. Those with comprehensive plans in place found themselves able to recover quickly. Others, one year later, continue to struggle to restore their prior business positions.
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