CPAs design disaster recovery plans for one thing: to quickly aid clients in their time of need, whatever that need is and whenever it arises.Cheryl Folkerth, CPA and technology manager with Abalos & Associates, in Phoenix, said that disaster recovery is a basic numbers game - sometimes with dire consequences.
According to a study at the University of Minnesota, 93 percent of organizations that lose critical systems for more than 10 days file bankruptcy almost immediately.
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