The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks may have illuminated the importance of disaster recovery and business continuity planning, but new information from IBM shows mid-sized companies in Denver still are largely unprepared for a major disruption of their operations.

According to a recent survey of 100 medium-sized businesses in the metro area, 70 percent believe they could have their company up and running within a week if their computer systems experienced a major disaster.

However, just 35 percent of respondents said they were using off-site backup for all of their computer systems.
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