In the information technology profession, many consider crisis management and disaster planning to be client issues. In fact, it isn’t unusual to find IT consultants who specialize in developing disaster recovery plans — predominantly systems-related ones — as an ongoing client service offering.

Few of us, however, plan for crisis to strike in our own practices probably because we don’t want to contemplate the possibility that it can. But crises can take many forms in your IT practice.

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