Las Vegas (May 12, 2004) -- While it may seem obvious, the most crucial aspects of a disaster recovery plan are to put that plan in writing and to actually test it, according to a leading consultant.

“If it isn’t in writing, it doesn’t exist. If it hasn’t been tested, it doesn’t have value,” Robert H. Spencer of K2 Enterprises told attendees at the American Institute of CPA Information Technology Conference, here.

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