The US blackout of 14 August has provided firms with a timely reminder of the importance of disaster recovery plans and those that do not have the correct structures must now rectify their errors, say Sally Gonzalez and Pamela Hill
At 4:06pm on 14 August, hundreds of law firms got the unwelcome chance to test their disaster recovery plans as the power, lights, and computers went off almost simultaneously for 50 million people throughout the northeastern US and Canada.
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