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August 31, 2005



Lawyers are notorious for charging alot, but not spending enough for computers or disaster recovery. Any business that was destroyed by Katrina should have had backup tapes/optical disks stored in a safe location off site from the business. I've done computer consulting for years, and this is the hardest sell, especially to cheap lawyers. People never think it will happen to them until thier data is GONE!

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