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Through the veil of chaos, the disaster recovery manager sees a blank canvas, replete with the clarity of success.  I heard a comment recently where someone said, “Disaster recovery is going away.” I found the comment odd for a few reasons. Because the comment made was spoken by someone in a position of knowledge, was the person commenting in a self-serving manner to justify a position or path they were trying to make? Did the person honestly believe there is no longer a need to protect systems and data should a significant or catastrophic disaster event occur?  Perhaps this person…

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