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Most organizations don't think about disaster planning until it's too late. Since Hurricane Katrina struck the US in 2005, TechSoup has created and maintained content specific to nonprofits, libraries, and charities on disaster planning and recovery.
We have recently revised this content in our Disaster Planning and Recovery page to reflect changes in the way nonprofits and libraries are using technology, namely:
In addition, we have made the guide more concise, and readable as an e-book. This makes it easy for those who wish to read the document on their e-book reader, tablet, or smartphone, even when offline.
We have also translated the guide for countries in TechSoup Asia, a region in which many organizations are often impacted by natural disasters.
Do you have any experience dealing with disaster recovery? Are there tips and advice you have for other organizations that you think we should include in the guide? Let us know in the comments below.
Kevin Lo | Senior Program Manager, NetSquared.org | a part of TechSoup Global
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