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You have one hour to do disaster planning

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There's a brush fire bearing down on your small business. You've been told you have one hour to evacuate — which means you have one hour to come up with and execute a disaster preparation plan.

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG Associated Press

This is a scenario similar to what thousands of small-business owners face each year. Luckily, that's enough time to take care of a company's most valuable assets, its employees and its data.

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Disaster prep is one of those tasks that many small- business owners keep planning to get to but keep putting off. And it certainly may not seem like a priority at a company that's contending with slumping sales and cash flow during a recession.

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