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A planner acquaintance was advised that a severe earthquake was imminent in his area. While the country in which he was working borders the Arabian Sea, the quake threat was well inland, high in a mountainous region. The threat of a tsunami was not considered. What, he asked, would I do in his situation? This is a person who once casually e-mailed that his IT facility was in the path of a rocket battle, so I have the utmost respect for his survival skills. I rattled off the standard IT preparedness ("business continuity") actions: make certain to back up regularly…
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