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Subject:  Re: Smoke, Fire, and Voldemort Date:  4/14/2002  12:04 PM
Author:  goodeeds Number:  122762 of 278700

Would it be appropriate to do some contingency planning should the future events not turn out to our board's liking?

At work, we do all types of planning, even if the liklihood of some calamity is very small. And even if we could be talking about a small chance that our data is interrupted, it appears to be a chance.

A couple months back, when TMF seemed on the ropes, and the fee system began, the board created some almost instant alternatives. I'm not aware of how much planning went into those, but the results seemed to fit the need at the time.

Is now the time?

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