Chapter 13. Disaster Recovery at Home

 

‘Be grateful for the home you have, knowing that at this moment, all you have is all you need.’

 
 --Sarah Ban Breathnach

As home PCs and Internet access have become more and more widespread, so the number of people working from home has increased enormously over the last few years. Whatever the size of your organization, it is almost inevitable that you have a number of people working from home, whether on a regular or occasional basis, from the CEO burning the midnight oil on the annual business plan, to sales people working up their Powerpoint presentations for a pitch the next morning to data-input teleworkers. In their own way, these people all expose the organization to risk of one sort or another. Any ...

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