According to Info-Tech Research Group, almost 60 percent of North American businesses do not have a disaster recovery plan in place to resume IT services in case of crisis.
Ensuring that sensitive information, such as tax or financial records, not only remains protected during a crisis, but is accessible following a crisis, becomes particularly important to CPAs who have to maintain impeccably accurate records of such information for their clients. Following are key tips companies should consider for IT disaster recovery planning.
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