Keith Nuthall
THE ATTACK on the World Trade Centre has put a new focus on the

provision of third party recovery contracts through which companies can

purchase back-up facilities in the event of disaster. Some 80 per cent of

all financial sector companies now have some kind of third party contract

giving them access to offices and other premises, computing and

communication facilities and processing resources that can make the

difference between going bust and carrying on business reasonably normally.

There ...

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