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3 great web sites to help you plan for a disaster

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1. Know Your Stuff (www.knowyourstuff.org) is a free software program that helps you inventory all your possessions. Insurance companies say most people filing claims don’t remember all the things they’ve accumulated. Documenting your possessions (home and business) ensures you receive every cent you’re due.
2. The Disaster Recovery Guide (
www.disaster-recovery-guide.com/plan.htm) helps you create a disaster-recovery plan for your organization.
3. The Disaster Handbook (http://disaster. ifas.ufl.edu)
contains a long list of resources to use in the event of a weather-related or fire related incident.

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cyberdavid December 7, 2012 at 11:12 pm

pre planning is mandatory in today’s world.
http://www.thecybersafe.com/

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